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We are about to perform "The most lamentable Comedy and the Most Cruel Death Of Pyramus and Thisbe
AAAAAAAH. Don't tear my mantle!!!!!! HELP!!!!
A group of common laborers meets at the house of Peter Quince to rehearse a play that the men hope to perform for the grand celebration preceding the wedding of Theseus and Hippolyta.
Her mantle. She's gone. The lion killed her!
Quince, a carpenter, tries to conduct the meeting, but the talkative weaver Nick Bottom continually interrupts him with advice and direction. Quince tells the group what play they are to perform: The Most Lamentable Comedy and Most Cruel Death of Pyramus and Thisbe
In the play, a lion surprises Thisbe one night and tatters her mantle before she escapes.
What? He's... he's dead. Why?. I need you Pyramus!
When Pyramus finds the shredded garment, he assumes that the lion has killed Thisbe.
Stricken with grief, he commits suicide.
Thisbe finds Pyramus’s bloody corpse.
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