We can have a prologue at the start of the play to tell that no one gets killed and the lion is fake. Now, how should we present the moonlight and wall that Pyramus and Thisbe talk through?
Since the moon will shine that day, we can put a window to let the moon shine in. And we should have a person play the wall.
Won't the ladies fear of the killing and lion in the play?
Everyone, run away!
Oh, I love you so much! I'll give you all the attention in the world. Here, if you want anything, just ask my fairies.
I love Helena, Helena's mine!
How dare you take Lysander's love away from me?
That's enough! All three of you, stop mocking me!
What are you talking about? You love Hermia. I love Helena, she's mine!
Good job with the fog. Now just anoint the juice into Lysander's eyes so when he wakes up and sees Hermia, he'll fall back in love with her.