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ACT I: Exposition
ACT II: Rising Action
ACT III: Climax
Theseus, Duke of Athens, is going to marry Hippolyta, Queen of the Amazons. Egeus interrupts them because he wants his daughter, Hermia, to marry Demetrius, even though she loves Lysander.
ACT IV: Falling Action
In the woods, a fairy named Puck sees the young lovers and tries to solve their love problems. He accidentally makes both Lysander and Demetrius fall in love with Helena! And no one loves Hermia.
ACT V: Resolution
With Demetrius and Lysander fighting over Helena, and Hermia mad at Helena, Puck manages to separate the young lovers so they don't end up killing each other. Once they fall asleep, Puck reverses the spell to fix his mistake.
While riding in the forest, Theseus, the Duke, comes across the young lovers sleeping. He wakes them up, hears their story, is confused, but then invites them to be married at his wedding ceremony and they agree.
In the end, everyone is married to the right person. The play "Pyramus and Thisbe" is performed. When the play is over, Puck asks the audience to remember everything they just saw as if it were all a dream.
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