The Drama Book Shop closed in January, but new owners including Lin-Manuel Miranda came aboard to save it, and in November they announced that it will reopen in March, 2020, on 39th Street, a block away from the old store. What is NOT true about the store?

“I’ve been doing this since I was 18. And I never ever really thought I’d get to play her.” Who said this at the 2019 BroadwayCon about which part?

Which show won this year’s Grammy for best musical theater album?

In February, Scott Rudin, producer of the Broadway production of To Kill a Mockingbird, had his lawyers send threatening letters to small theaters nationwide to force them into canceling their Mockingbird productions, based on a different, decades-old stage adaptation

Felicity Huffman is one of 50 people who have been indicted in a school admissions scandal, accused of making a $15,000 payoff so that a crooked test proctor could tinker with her eldest daughter’s SAT answers. She pled guilty and eventually served 11 days in jail. True or false, she and her husband William H. Macy both appeared in the same David Mamet play on Broadway, but in productions 20 years apart.

Which Tony-nominated musical was NOT adapted from a work in another medium?

“Avenue Q” bid farewell in May, the Tony-winning musical, having played in New York for 16 years. Although most of the show’s characters are puppets, the songwriting team of Bobby Lopez and Jeff Marx said they based much of their lyrics on their personal experiences. Lopez said he was thinking of his then-girlfriend when he wrote ‘There’s a fine, fine line between love/ And a waste of time,’ ” True or false: He wound up marrying that girlfriend and together they wrote the songs for Frozen.

The 73rd annual Tony Awards fell on the 50th anniversary of the Stonewall Riots. Which LGBTQ moment did not actually happen during the awards show?

A 2019 Tony Award went to a firehouse.

Which show won the 2019 best play award from the Drama League, Drama Critics Circle, the Tonys, AND the Outer Critics Circle?

A power outage in midtown shuttered more than two dozen Broadway shows on Saturday night, July 13 True or false. Only those shows on Broadway whose titles begin with the letter B had electricity and were able to go on that night.

In his acceptance speech after winning an Emmy for his role as Pray Tell in the FX TV series Pose, Billy Porter quoted James Baldwin: “It took many years of vomiting up all the filth I’d been taught about myself, and half-believed, before I was able to walk on the earth as if I had a right to be here.” True or False: Porter, who turned 50 in September, didn’t make his Broadway debut until his Tony-winning role as Lola in Kinky Boots at the age of 43.

Carol Channing died in January at age 97. What was NOT true about her?

Harold Prince died in July at the age of 91. A seminal Broadway producer and a director, he won more Tony Awards, 21, than anybody in history. For which of the following shows that he either produced or directed, or both, did he NOT win a Tony (although he was nominated)?

Critic John Simon died in November at the age of 94. He was known for his caustic critiques not just of shows and performances, but of performers, especially their physical appearance. Which of the following performers, about whom he made the following remarks, retaliated by dumping a plate of food on his head?

Composer Jerry Herman died in December at the age of 88 – the number of keys in the piano. He is best known for “Mame,” “La Cage aux Folles” and of course, “Hello, Dolly” – which originally had a different title until Louis Armstrong plucked that particular song from the musical and turned into the number 1 hit nationwide. What was the original name of “Hello, Dolly.”