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Question 1: In the ancient Greece and Rome[11] and the medieval world, it was considered disgraceful for a woman to go on the stage, and this belief continued right up until the 17th century, when in ________ it was broken.
ItalyVeniceNaplesGenoa

Question 2: ________ for the Indian cinema
Dadasaheb Phalke AwardNational Film Award for Best Make-up ArtistNational Film AwardsNational Film Award for Best Film Critic

Question 3: Tony Awards for the theatre (specifically, ________)
Imperial TheatreLongacre TheatreBroadway theatreBroadhurst Theatre

Question 4: [9] (Shakespeare's use of ________ and wordplay, for example, often has this function of indirect contact.)
Finnegans WakeAmbiguityGerman languagePun

Question 5: The gender-neutral term player was common in film in the early days of the ________, but is now generally deemed archaic.
EuphemismHate speechPrior restraintMotion Picture Production Code

Question 6: Occasionally the issue is further complicated, for example, by a woman playing a woman acting as a man pretending to be a woman, like Julie Andrews in Victor/Victoria, or ________ in Shakespeare in Love.
Gwyneth PaltrowRenée ZellwegerNicole KidmanJulia Roberts

Question 7: ________ and Robin Williams have each appeared in a hit comedy film (Tootsie and Mrs. Doubtfire, respectively) in which they played most scenes dressed as a woman.
Jack LemmonDustin HoffmanJack NicholsonAl Pacino

Question 8: ________ for American film and television
Golden Globe Award for Best Actress – Motion Picture Musical or Comedy67th Golden Globe AwardsGolden Globe AwardGolden Globe Award for Best Supporting Actress – Motion Picture

Question 9: ________ for gay pornographic film
Johnny HazzardFalcon EntertainmentGayVN AwardsGay Erotic Video Awards

Question 10: Most of Shakespeare's comedies include instances of overt ________, such as Francis Flute in A Midsummer Night's Dream.
Drag kingTransgenderDrag (clothing)Cross-dressing
















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