All rights reserved. Act 1, Scene 1.
Our groom-to-be is in a VER Elsewhere in Athens, a group of "Mechanicals" a. All of the men's names are clev In an enchanted wood, we meet a "puck" mischievous sprite named Robin Goodfellow. In some editions of the play, he's referred to simply as "Puck.
Titania instructs her fairies to dance and sing her to sleep. Then they should be off to do their work: eliminating pests from rosebuds, fighting bats so they can make leather jackets for the elves In another part of the wood, Oberon wonders if Titania has awoken from her slumber. Enter Puck with the answer.
Now we're back to Titania and Bottom, who are lounging around on a bed of flowers while Titania's fairies wait on them. Back in Athens, the playacting gang is gathered at Quince's house. They're worried because no one has seen Bottom yet.
If he's not around, the play can't go on.
No one else can pull of Pyramus beca Hippolyta notes to Theseus that the story the four lovers have told them is strange, and Theseus suggests that's probably because it's fictional. He points out that lovers, poets, and madmen have s Logging out….
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