Test your cultural knowledge with this JEOPARDY style trivia game fundraiser!
1. Read the answers in each cultural category
2. Ask the question.
3. Pay to play, $25 or more*, and your donation supports
the projects of the Hattiesburg Concert Association
You can see all the "ANSWERS" below.
When you are ready to submit your "QUESTIONS,"
1) Make your donation of $25 or more
and a form will open to
2) Submit your "QUESTIONS"
* Your name will be entered into the raffle to win $100
for each $25 you donate.
YOUR NAME WILL BE ENTERED INTO THE RAFFLE AN ADDITIONAL TIME
FOR EACH CORRECT DOUBLE JEOPARDY "QUESTION"
It doesn't matter if you get any correct,
your name will be entered just for participating.
FestivalSouth Trivia- Jeopardy Style
Answer: The incredibly large output of this child prodigy had a profound influence in opera, orchestral, and piano music in the Classical period.
Answer: Probably best known for the type of shoes worn, this dance style combines movement and rhythmic sound for a visual and aural experience.
Answer: This musical hit featured a collection of feline-based poetry made into songs and is the 4th longest running Broadway show.
Answer: This often-parodied masterpiece is considered to be the most visited work of art in the world, even when it went missing.
Answer: This television series premiered in 1969 and is still produced today, featuring a combination of live action, puppets, and animation to teach children the proper road to success.
DOUBLE JEOPARDY QUESTIONS
For each correct answer, your name will be entered into the raffle drawing.
Answer: The musical singing and dancing cast that kicked off FestivalSouth 2015 at the Historic Saenger Theatre.
Answer: The popular style of dance performed in 2016 at the FestivalDance Evening held at the Hattiesburg Train Depot.
Answer: The Broadway production performed at FestivalSouth 2017 by the Hub City Players that won the American Prize in Musical Theatre.
Answer: Beloved local artist who was commissioned to create a unique commemorative FestivalSouth painting every year from 2010 through 2019.
Answer: FestivalSouth’s children’s events mascot who joined the Festival Family in 2013.