Mid Summer pt.2

Mid Summer pt.2

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  • To spy an I can hear my Thisbe's face.
  • Bottom and Flute as Pyramus and Thisbe act as lovers separated by a wall.
  • My love! Thou art my love, I think.
  • Theseus explains that they must mock the actors so that they don't think that they are doing good.
  • If we imagine no worse of them than they of themselves, they may pass for excellent men.
  • Bottom acting as Pyramus stabs himself for Thisbe.
  • Tongue, lose thy light! Moon, take thy flight! Now die, die, die, die, die
  • Will it please you to see the epilogue or to hear a Bergomask dance between two of our company.
  • The play ends and Bottom asks Theseus if he wants to see the play.
  • No epilogue, I pray you. For your play needs no excuse.
  • Oberon and Titania bless the marriage bed of Theseus and Hippoyta.
  • To the best bride-bed will we, which by us shall blessèd be.
  • We will sing and bless this place.
  • Puck ends the play by breaking the fourth wall and apologizing to the audience for offending anyone.
  • If we shadows have offended, Think but this and all is mended.
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