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A Midsummer Night’s Dream. Shakespeare Today - West End in Schools. FREEZE FRAME 1. 2. News Reporter: DUKE THESEUS AND FAIR HIPPOLYTA ARE GETTING MARRIED!. News Reporter: THE WEDDING WILL TAKE PLACE IN FOUR DAYS TIME! . REPORTER Thesus said ‘Now, fair Hippolyta’.

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a midsummer night s dream

A Midsummer Night’s Dream.

Shakespeare Today - West End in Schools.

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FREEZE FRAME 1

2.

News Reporter:

DUKE THESEUS AND FAIR HIPPOLYTA ARE GETTING MARRIED!

News Reporter:

THE WEDDING WILL TAKE PLACE IN FOUR DAYS TIME!

REPORTER Thesus said ‘Now, fair Hippolyta’.

ALL Now, fair Hippolyta.

REPORTER Our nuptial hour draws on apace.

ALL Our nuptial hour draws on apace.

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FREEZE FRAME 2

3.

News Reporter:

HERMIA’S FATHER INSISTS SHE MARRIES DEMETRIUS!

News Reporter:

HERMIA DOESN’T LOVE DEMETRIUS! HER HEART BELONGS TO LYSANDER.

Hermia My soul consents

ALL My soul consents

Hermia Not to give sovereignty.

ALL Not to give sovereignty.

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FREEZE FRAME 3

4.

News Reporter:

HERMIA TELLS HELENA HER SECRET PLANS ABOUT RUNNING AWAY

WITH LYSANDER.

News Reporter:

BUT HELENA IS IN LOVE WITH DEMETRIUS!

Hermia Take comfort.

ALL Take comfort.

Hermia He no more shall see my face.

ALL He no more shall see my face.

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FREEZE FRAME 5

News Reporter:

HERMIA AND LYSANDER HAVE PLANNED TO RUN AWAY TOGETHER!

News Reporter:

THEY WERE LAST SEEN HEADING FOR THE FOREST.

REPORTER I swear to thee by Cupid’s strongest bow.

ALL I swear to thee by Cupid’s strongest bow.

REPORTER Tomorrow truly will I meet with thee.

ALL Tomorrow truly will I meet with thee.

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FREEZE FRAME 5

6.

News Reporter:

HELENA TELLS DEMETRIUS WHERE HERMIA AND LYSANDER HAVE GONE.

News Reporter:

DEMETRIUS HEADS TO THE FOREST TO FIND THEM, WITH DEVOTED HELENA FOLLOWING BEHIND. LIKE A LOST PUPPY!

HELENA How happy some over other some can be.

ALL How happy some over other some can be.

HELENA Through Athens I am thought of as fair as she.

HELENA Through Athens I am thought of as fair as she.

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7.

HELENA

How happy some over other some can be,

Through Athens I am thought of as fair as she.

But what of that? Demitrius thinks not so,

He will not know what all but he do know.

And as he errs doting on hermia’s eye.

So I admiring of his qualities.

Things base and vile holding no quality,

Love can transpose to form and dignity.

Love looks not with eye but with the mind

And therefore is winged cupid painted blind.

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9.

QUINCE Is all our company here?

ALLYES, Peter Quince.

QUINCE Here is the scroll of every man’s name which is thought fit, to play before the duke

and the duchess, on his wedding day at night.

ALLOn his Wedding day?

QUINCE Marry, our play is The most lamentable comedy and most cruel death of Pyramus

and Thisbe.

ALLHooray!

QUINCENick Bottom, the weaver.

BottomYes, Peter Quince?

QUINCEYou will play Pyramus.

BottomThe lead part!

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BottomThe raging rocks

ALLThe raging rocks?

BottomAnd shivering shocks

ALLAnd shivering shocks?

BottomShall break the locks

ALLShall break the locks?

BottomOf prison gates.

ALLOf prison gates?

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11.

QUINCEMoving on..... Francis Flute, the bellows mender

FLUTEHere, Peter Quince.

QUINCEYou must take Thisbe on you. It is the lady that Pyramus must love.

FLUTE A lady?

QUINCERobin Starvelling, the tailor.

STARVELLINGHere, Peter Quince.

QUINCEYou must play Thisbe’s Mother.

STARVELLING YES YES YES YES.

QUINCE And Tom Snout, the Tinker?

SNOUT Here, Peter Quince

QUINCE You, will play Pyramus’ Father.

SNOUT Yes! Peter Quince

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QUINCE Snug. The joiner?

SNUG Here, Peter Quince.

QUINCE You will play the lion’s part.

SNUG The Lion?

QUINCE You may do it extempore, it is nothing but roaring.

We will meet in the wood tomorrow night!

ALLTomorrow night!

QUINCE To Pyramus and Thisbe!

ALL To Pyramus and Thisbe!!!!!!

12.

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13.

OVER HILL, OVER DALE.

THROUGH THE BUSH, THROUGH THE BRIER

OVER PARK, OVER PALE

THROUGH THE FLOOD, THROUGH THE FIRE

I DO WANDER EVERYWHERE,

SWIFTER THAN THE MOONS SPHERE.

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SECTION 4.

  • OBERON:Proud Titania!
  • TITANIA: Jealous Oberon!

OBERON: Ill met by moonlight.

TITANIA:Fairies, Skip Hence.

OBERON: Am I not thy lord?

TITANIA: Then I must be thy lady.

OBERON: Give me that boy!

TITANIA: Not for thy fairy kingdom. Fairies away!

14.

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15.

OBERON: Fetch me that flower Puck.

We will sprinkle it’s juice on Titania’s sleeping eyes.

When she wakes up

She will fall in love with the first thing she sees.

I hope it’s something vile!

PUCK I’ll put a girdle round the Earth

in forty minutes.

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v 17.

1.DEMETRIUS:Helena, Leave me alone. I do not love you.

HELENA:Look I am your spaniel, your devoted dog!

2.DEMETRIUS: I feel sick just looking at you.

HELENA: And I am sick when I can’t see you.

3.DEMETRIUS: Look, I’m warning you. Go away!

HELENA: I’m not afraid of anything when I’m with you.

  • DEMETRIUS: Stop following me or I might have to get nasty!HELENA: I’ll follow you and make a heaven of hell,

To die upon the hand I love so well.

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LYSANDER:Hermia? I think we’re lost.

      • Why don’t we rest here until morning?

HERMIA: OK - you go and somewhere to sleep.

I’ll use this bank to rest my head.

2.LYSANDER:Can’t we snuggle up together?

HERMIA:Lysander! Excuse me!

For my sake, lie further away.

3.LYSANDER:Far enough?

HERMIA:Further!

4. LYSANDER:Here?

HERMIA:More!

5. LYSANDER: Surely, this is far enough?

HERMIA:All right. See you in the morning.

Good night.

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21.

1. Through the forest have I gone.

2. But Athenian found I none,

3. Night and silence! Who is here?

4. Weeds of Athens he doth wear.

5. So awake when I am gone,

6. For I must now to Oberon.

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23.

1.HELENAWhat’s Lysander doing on the ground

Is he dead or asleep?

LYSANDER Radiant, beautiful Helena! Where is Demetrius?

I would kill him if I could!

2.HELENA Don’t say that, Lysander.

Hermia still loves you, so be happy.

LYSANDERNot Hermia but Helena I love.

Who will not change a raven for a dove?

3.HELENAWhy does everyone always make fun of me?

LYSANDER Wait for me!!

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- PUCK CREEP THROUGH TREE’S 24.

- PUCK SPRINKLE DUST ON TITANIA AND HIDES IN TREE’S.

- MECHANICALS SILENT MOVIE SLOW MOTION REHEARSAL.

- PUCK SNAP FINGERS. MECHANICAL’S FREEZE.

- TREE’S SURROUND BOTTOM CREATE DONKEY.

- MECHANICAL’S RUN OFF SCARED.

- TITANIA AND FAIRES WAKE UP.

titania fairies and donkey 25
TITANIA, FAIRIES AND DONKEY. 25.

Titania and Fairies stroke the donkey and fall asleep.

  • DONKEY EEYORE! EEYORE!
oberon 26
OBERON 26.

Flower of this purple dye,

Hit with Cupid’s archery,

Sink in apple of his eye.

When his love he doth espy,

Let her shine as gloriously

As the Venus of the sky.

When thou wakest, if she be by,

Beg of her for remedy.

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27.

DEMETRIUS O Helena, goddess, nymph,

perfect, divine!

helena soliloquy 28
HELENA SOLILOQUY 28.

O spite! O hell! I see you all are bent,

To set against me for your merriment.

If you were civil and knew courtesy,

You would not do me thus much injury.

Can you not hate me, as I know you do,

But you must join in souls to mock me too?

If you were men, as men you are in show,

You would not use a gentle lady so,

To vow, and swear, and superpraise my parts,

When I am sure you hate me with your hearts.

You both are rivals, and love Hermia,

And now both rivals to mock Helena.

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29.

LYSANDERYou are unkind, Demetrius. Be not so.

For you love Hermia. This you know I

know.

DEMETRIUS Lysander, keep thy Hermia. I will none.

If ever I loved her, all that love is gone.

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30.

HERMIA: You juggler!

You canker-blossom!

You thief of love!

ARGUMENT.

You thief of love!

I will shake thee like a serpent!

Out, loathèd medicine!

She was a vixen!

YOU PUPPET!

Vile thing, let loose!

My nails can reach your eyes!

You acorn!

Vile thing!

You bead!

You canker-blossom!

Out, tawny Tartar, out!

You juggler!

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31

FREEZE!

PUCK AND SLEEEEP!

4 SLEEP in the middle.

EVERYONE ELSE TREES.

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32.

ALL: When thou wakest,

Thou takest

True delight

In the sight

Of thy former lady’s eye.

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OBERON WALK OVER TO TITANIA.33.

TITANIA WAKE UP & RUN OFF INTO TREES

THESEUS AND HIPPOLYTA ENTER

ATHENIANS WAKE UP. STAND WITHPARTNER.

ALL 6 EXIT AND JOIN TREES.

BOTTOM WAKE UP. SCRATCH EARS.

BOTTOM STAND UP. RUN OFF STAGE

sit down on stage

34.

SIT DOWN ON STAGE.

AND LISTEN TO PUCK.

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If we shadows have offended,

Think but this, and all is mended,

That you have but slumbered here

While these visions did appear.

Give me your hands if we be friends,

And Robin shall restore amends.

35.

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36.

CLAP

&

CHEER