“The History of Cardenio” is William Shakespeare’s “lost” play. We know its complicated love story borrows a lot from the epic “Don Quixote” by Miguel Cervantes. We also know “Cardenio” was performed in 1613 and that Shakespeare collaborated with a playwright named John Fletcher on the work, but the complete manuscript is lost to history.
Which show-stopping song is performed at the end of Act I of the Broadway musical “Man of La Mancha”?
A) “I Could Have Danced All Night”
B) “If Ever I Would Leave You”
C) “If I Were a Rich Man”
D) “The Impossible Dream”
Previous answer: The Alabama state quarter in the U.S. Mint’s 50 State Quarters series features a portrait of Helen Keller with her name written in Braille.
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