Athenian Nobility-I choose this scene because it represents how the conflict started with Hermia and her dad deciding her marriage life.
Egeus: "I’m here, full of anger, to complain about my daughter Hermia.—Step forward, Demetrius.—My lord, this man, Demetrius, has my permission to marry her.—Step forward, Lysander.—But this other man, Lysander, has cast a magic spell over my child’s heart." (Act 1 Scene 1)
Bottom: Let me play the lion too. I will roar, that I will do any man’s heart good to hear me. I will roar, that I will make the duke say, “Let him roar again. Let him roar again.”(Act 1 Scene 2)
The Rude Mechanicals- This quote really shows Bottoms character because he wants to be 2 characters and even more.
Fairies: I chose this scene because this is where the story starts to change in Hermias part.
Oberon: "You take some of it too, and look around in this part of the forest. A sweet Athenian lady is in love with a young man who wants nothing to do with her. Put some of this flower’s juice on his eyes, and make sure to do it in such a way that the next thing he sees will be the lady." (Act 2 Scene 1)