Puck, I need you to get this flower and put it in an Athenians eyes.
It all starts in Athens. Two lovers, Lysander and Hermia, wish to marry, But are rejected as Egeus, Hermia's father, wants Hermia to marry Demetrious. She is given two choices by Theseus to either marry Demetrious, or go live as a Nun. As expected, she is upset and proceeds to threaten her own death.
Act 4: Climax
Helena, I love you!
No! I love you!
Lysander and Hermia decided that since they can't marry in their town, they will run away to Lysander's Aunt's house to get married. Soon after leaving, Lysander declares that they are lost, and insists they stop to rest.
Act 5: Falling Action
I love you!
Oberon, the fairy king, tells Puck, his servent, about a magical flower that whoever you see when you wake up, you will fall instantly in love with. He tells Puck to go get the flower and put it in the Athenians eyes who he saw resent a women in the forest.
Act 6: Resolution
I won't let you down, Boss!
Puck finds an Athenian man, Lysander, and puts the potion in his eyes. Helena, Hermia's best friend, comes across Lysander and assumes that he is dead. When he woke up, he fell in love with Helen. Once puck was called on by his mistake, he then put the potion in Demetrius' eyes to fall in love with Helena. Both Lysander and Demetrious are now in love with Helena.
Stop mocking me!
Oberon, now aware of what has happened, uses the love potions antidote on only Lysander's eyes so he can fall in love with Hermia again. Demetrious is still in love with Helena, and Lysander is once again in love with Hermia.
I love you!
Theseus, Hippolyta, and Egeus find the four lovers in the forest. As Demetrious declares his love for Helena, all is solved, Lysander and Hermia love each other, and Demetrious and Helena love each other. Hippolyta and Theseus declare there be a triple wedding. They all go back into town and have a big wedding. The End.