¨Scornful Lysander, true, he hath my love; And what is mine love shall render him; And she is mine, and all my right of her I do estate unto Demetrius" - Egeus
Act Two - A Midsummer Night´s Dream
¨Through the forest I have gone, But Athenian found I none On whose eyes I might approve This flowers force in stirring love..." - Puck
Act Three - A Midsummer Night´s Dream
¨Stay, gentle Helena, hear my excuse; My love, my life, my soul, fair Helena¨ - Lysander
In scene one, Demetrius and Lysander are both trying to get Hermia to marry them. Hermia tends to love Lysander with all of her heart, but Hermia´s father, Egeus wants her to marry Demetrius. So Lysander and Hermia sneak off to the woods to get married.
Act Four - A Midsummer Night´s Dream
¨My lord, this is my daughter here asleep, And this Lysander, this Demetrius is, This Helena, old Nedar´s Helena; I wonder of their being together" - Egeus
In scene two, Puck goes out and puts love juice on everyone. Demetrius and Lysander start loving Helena and she thinks they are playing a game on her. Hermia is in shock.
Act Five - A Midsummer Night´s Dream
¨Here is a list of the shows that are ready: choose which your highness will see first.¨ - Philostrate
In act three, the people on the right, are practicing the play Pyramus and Thisbe. On the left, the people are figuring out the situation with Helena, Lysander, Demetrius, and Hermia.
A Midsummer Night´s Dream Storyboard
In scene four, Egeus and Theseus confront Demetrius to make sure he wants to marry Hermia, but since Puck sprinkled the love juice on his eyes and he saw Helena first, he loves Helena now.
In scene five, they perform the play, and Puck fixes things with Hermia, Helena, Lysander, and Demetrius. So Lysander loves Hermia again and Helena and Demetrius love each other.