Midsummer Night's Dream S.A
The play “Midsummer Night Dream” is a play about love, and it shows clearly that ‘the course of true love never did run smooth.’ Written by the great play writer William Shakespeare, in 1595. It is about four young Athenian lovers and a group of amateur actors and their interactions with the Dutch and Duchess of Athens, Theseus and Hippolyta, and with the fairy’s who live in the moonlit forest. The play is one of Shakespeare's most popular plays for the stage and is performed across the world.
In the play, Theseus (the Duke of Athens) announces he will marry Hippolyta, the queen of the Amazons in four days. He hears Egeus' complaint that his daughter Hermia refuses to marry his chosen husband, Demetrius, since she's in love with Lysander, who Egeus dislikes, as he thinks he stole her hart by buying her gifts. Theseus tells Hermia she must marry Demetrius, or she should choose between death or joining a nunnery. Lysander and Hermia come up with a plan to run away at midnight in to the woods to his aunt’s house, a fue mile from Athens and the Athenian law, to marry. Hermia's tells her best friend Helena this, but Helena tells Demetrius the news of Hermia, so she and Demetrius can spend quality time together as she likes him but he likes Hermia instead. Meanwhile, Quince, Bottom, Flute, Starveling, Snug, and Snout organize a play to be performed at Theseus' wedding.
In the forest, Oberon (the King of the Fairies) argues with Titania (the Fairy Queen) that he should have her orphan child as his page. Titania refuses. They bicker and say Oberon loves Hippolyta and Titania loves Theseus. To obtain the boy, Oberon orders the fairy Puck to get a flower from Cupid that if put on a person’s eyes while asleep the first thing they see when they wake up they will fall in love with. Oberon plans to give it to Titania, so she'll love a horrible thing and give him the child. Demetrius and Helena come into the woods, with Demetrius trying to...