quiz 2 - 1. The bringing together of cultures by population...

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1. The bringing together of cultures by population shifts and swift global communication, and the  challenges to long-held beliefs characterized by the writings of Charles Darwin, Karl Marx,  Sigmund Freud, and Albert Einstein, are reflected in the eclecticism and fragmentation of  contemporary theatre. Points Earned: 4/4 Correct Answer: True Your Response: True 2. Women were not allowed to act in England until 1850. Points Earned: 5/5 Correct Answer: Fals e Your Response: Fals e 3. Because artists are often accused of being "antisocial,""subversive," or "enemies of the  state," and are thus outsiders, the art that they produce is often unrelated to the society in  which it is produced. Points Earned: 6/6 Correct Answer: Fals e Your Response: Fals e 4. Knowledge of the play or playwright is rarely necessary for a successful theatre  experience. Points Earned: 4/4 Correct Answer: Fals e Your Response: Fals e 5. Women played an important role in the creation of Greek theatre during the Classical 
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