Act 1: This scene was about Theseus telling his wife that their wedding was in four days, on the day of the moons.
The next scene was when Hermia's father, Egeus was telling her she had to marry Demetrius, but she was in love with Lysander.
Egeus was talking to Theseus. He was complaining about his daughter because she didn't want to marry Demetrius.
Egeus brings in Lysander to tell him that he believes he is not in love with his daughter. He thinks he has cast a spell on Hermia's heart, and that he was pretending to be in love with her.
Theseus asked Hermia how she felt and was told that she should see her father as a god since he was the one who gave her beauty. She went with her heart and said Lysander was just as admirable as Demetrius.