1 Who is Viola’s twin in Twelfth Night? Olivia, Malvolio, Orsino, Sebastian Sebastian
2 Who killed Macbeth? Macduff, Duncan, Birnman, Macbrute Macduff
3 Who stabbed Caesar for the final time in the Shakespeare play? Casca, Brutus, Valentino, Antonio Brutus
4 Who was Caesar stabbed first by in the Shakespeare play? Brutus, Antonio, Valentino, Casca Casca
5 With whom is Sebastian a couple in Twelfth Night? Isabella, Malvolio, Olivia, Viola Olivia
6 “Shall I compare thee to a summers day” is the first line of which Shakespeare Sonnet? 38, 8, 28, 18 18
7 “Two households, both alike in dignity in fair Verona” is the first line of which play? Richard II, Measure for Measure, Macbeth, Romeo and Juliet Romeo and Juliet
8 How many “Ages of Man” are mentioned in As You Like It? 15, 3, 7, 12 7
9 How many children did Shakespeare have? 3, 1, 5, 7 3
10 Which of these was NOT one of Shakespeare’s children? Hamnet, Juliet, Isabella, Susanna Isabella
11 How old was Shakespeare when he died? 42, 32, 62, 52 52
12 What was the first name of Shakespeare’s father? John, Harold, Henry, William John
13 Which was the first play written by Shakespeare? A Midsummers Nights Dream, Romeo and Juliet, Othello, Henry VI Henry VI
14 In what month does the events in Rome and Juliet occur? June, May, July, April July
15 Which character has the most spoken lines of any of Shakespeare’s plays? Macbeth, Iago, Henry IV, Hamlet Hamlet
16 In terms of number of lines, which is the longest of Shakespeare’s plays? Othello, Macbeth, Hamlet, Measure for Measure Hamlet
17 What was the first name of Shakespeare’s mother? Mary, Victoria, Elizabeth, Ann Mary
18 At what age did Shakespeare marry Anne Hathaway? 30, 16, 21, 18 18
19 In terms of number of lines, which is the shortest of Shakespeare’s plays? As You Like It, The Comedy of Errors, Othello, A Midsummers Nights Dream The Comedy of Errors
20 “In delivering my son from me I bury a second husband” is the opening line in which Shakespeare play? The Merchant of Venice, A Midsummers Nights Dream, All’s Well That Ends Well, King Lear All’s Well That Ends Well