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No Exit

No Exit


by Jean-Paul Sartre

No Exit: That’s One Way to Keep People in the Theatre Quiz

Think you’ve got your head wrapped around No Exit? Put your knowledge to the test. Good luck — the Stickman is counting on you!
Q. To whom does Garcin talk at the beginning of the play?

A chef
An electrician
A valet
His mother, who is very proud of him that he’s in a play
Q. What is Garcin told doesn’t always work?

The call-button
The trapdoor
The telephone
The ceiling fan
The high-speed wifi
Q. Who first joins Garcin in the room?

A man
A woman
The Mormon Tabernacle Choir
Q. What does Inez accuse Garcin of being?

An intruder
An architect of horror
A fair-weather fan of the Cleveland Browns
A torturer
Q. What does Estelle think Garcin doesn’t have?

A soul
A face
The flush
A brain