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Question 1: The Orange Tree Theatre is a 172-seat theatre at 1 Clarence Street, ________ in south west London, built specifically as a theatre in the round[2].
London Borough of LewishamRoyal Borough of Kingston upon ThamesLondon Borough of Richmond upon ThamesLondon Borough of Sutton

Question 2: The Year's Between (________) directed by Caroline Smith, September 2007[3]
Daphne du MaurierCornwallThe Years Between (Daphne du Maurier play)Gertrude Lawrence

Question 3: Alison's House (________) directed by Jo Combes, October 2009[8]
Susan GlaspellRobert E. SherwoodEugene O'NeillThornton Wilder

Question 4: Any fears that the special atmosphere of the old theatre would be lost have proved totally unfounded, and close links have been formed with the Stephen Joseph Theatre in Scarborough, also founded as an in-the-round theatre by Sir ________.
By JeevesThe Revengers' ComediesWay UpstreamAlan Ayckbourn

Question 5: Chris Monks has twice brought his particular vision of Gilbert & Sullivan, ________ (2005) and The Pirates of Penzance (2006), which break away from the Savoyard tradition.
D'Oyly Carte Opera CompanyH.M.S. PinaforeThe MikadoThe Gondoliers

Question 6: For the core repertory, see separate articles on the Artistic Director ________ and Associate Director Auriol Smith.
HamletWilliam ShakespeareOrange Tree TheatreSam Walters

Question 7: Chains of Dew (________) directed by Kate Saxon, March 2008[5]
Robert E. SherwoodSusan GlaspellEugene O'NeillThornton Wilder

Question 8: De Monfort (________) directed by Imogen Bond, April 2008[6]
GlasgowHamilton, South LanarkshireEdinburghJoanna Baillie

Question 9: The Story of Vasco (Georges Scherade in a verse adaptation by ________) directed by Adam Barnard, March 2009[7]
Ted HughesBritish literatureNicholas HughesSylvia Plath

Question 10: REALLY USEFUL THEATRES Adelphi • Cambridge • Drury Lane • Her Majesty's • ________ • New London • Palace
London PalladiumApollo Victoria TheatreVictoria Palace TheatrePrince Edward Theatre


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