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Question 1: [2] The grand lobby, five stories high and surrounded by gallery promenades at the mezzanine and balcony levels, is influence by the Royal Chapel at ________.
RambouilletSaint-Germain-en-LayeVersaillesGuyancourt

Question 2: [8] The building was constructed at a cost of 4 million dollars and was designed by ________ Cornelius W. Rapp and George L. Rapp.
ArchitectConstructionDesign-bid-buildArchitectural engineering

Question 3: [16] The theater, like its neighbor (the ________), is an important component of the North Loop/Theatre District revitalization plan.
Auditorium BuildingMarshall Field and Company BuildingChicago Board of Trade BuildingJoffrey Tower

Question 4: [7] The iconic Chicago Theatre marquee, "as an unofficial emblem of the city", appears in ________, television, artwork, and photography.
FilmMovie theaterFilmmakingIndependent film

Question 5: [17][18] The Balaban and Katz ________ is now the property of the Balaban and Katz Historical Foundation.
TrademarkPublic domainUnited States trademark lawGenericized trademark

Question 6: [5] Now the Chicago Theatre is a performing arts venue for stage plays, magic shows, ________, speeches, and popular music concerts.
DramaSatireComedyComedy (drama)

Question 7: [13] The marquee is featured in numerous movies and TV shows set in Chicago, and its neon ________ was used in the title of the 2002 film Chicago.
FontTypefaceTypographic ligatureOpenType

Question 8: One of its biggest draws was live jazz, which Balaban and Katz promoted as early as September 1922 in a special event they called "________ Week".
RhythmSyncopationMusicBeat (music)

Question 9: [9] The theater's strategy of enticing movie patrons with a plush environment and top notch service (including the pioneering use of ________) was emulated nationwide.
Evaporative coolerAir conditioningHVACAir conditioner

Question 10: The Chicago Theatre reopened on September 10, 1986 with a performance by ________.
Frank SinatraThe Reprise CollectionFrank Sinatra filmographyThe Complete Reprise Studio Recordings







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