Objects & Places from A Midsummer Night's Dream

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Object Descriptions

Athens - This is the location that opens and closes the play. It is the world of the non-magical mortals.

The Woods - This setting encompass the middle three acts and the bulk of action for the play. It is a world where fairies reign, magic is ubiquitous, and fantasy is reality.

Quince's house - This setting represents the lower class and the commoners. It is also the locale of most of the rehearsals for the mini-play.

Pyramus and Thisbe - This is the play that the commoners put on for Theseus and Hippolyta. It is an old and famous love story that ends in death for both hero and heroine.

Magic Flower - When this is placed on the sleeping eyelids of a man or woman, it will cause him or her to fall in love with the next live creature that he or she sees...

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