In act 1scene 1, Theseus, who is a Duke of Athens, is excited to be marrying Hippolyta in just four days. ... Hermia begs Theseus to be reasonable; he agrees to give her until the day of his wedding to decide whether she will marry Demetrius or choose death.
Act 2scene 1 takes place in the woods. Puck, a fairy who serves King Oberon, is talking to another fairy. ... Titania and Oberon show up and accuse each other of showing love to the couple whose wedding is approaching, Theseus and Hippolyta.
Act 3, Scene 2 In another part of the wood, Oberon wonders if Titania has awoken from her slumber. ... Demetrius and Hermia enter and Oberon realizes that Puck put the love juice in the wrong Athenian man's eyes. Hermia is livid that Lysander abandoned her while she was sleeping.
Act 4 Scene one begins with Titania still in love with Bottom who is being attended to by the other fairies. ... Finally, he and Titania fall asleep, and the fairies leave. Oberon comes and reveals that he has stolen the boy away from her, so he is ready to release her from the charm.
This act takes place in the palace of Theseus. The three couples are married and are celebrating by feasting and being entertained. Philostrate brings in a piece of paper with a list of possible performances that they could watch.