Will you escape with me into the forest and get married, Hermia?
Oh, yes Lysander!!
I wish Demetrius would love me!!
But I love Lysander!!
You are marrying Demetrius not Lysander!!
Is everyone here to rehearse our play?
Here Peter Quince!
Get rid of that Indian boy!
Prologue: Theseus and Hippolyta are getting married and Lysander proposes to Hermia to get married in the forest.
Put the love potion on them!
Conflict: Egeus wants Hermia to marry Demetrius, but she wants to marry Lysander. Demetrius wants to marry Hermia, but Helena wants to marry Demetrius.
Stop pretending to love me! It's not funny!
Oh, Ok, fine
Lysander! Why don't you love me?!
You need to reverse the spells!
You are soooo handsome!!
Rising action: The commoners are starting to practice a play for Theseus and Hippolyta's wedding in the forest, meanwhile in the forest, the fairy queen and king are fighting because the fairy queen, Titiana, has a little Indian boy and the fairy king, Oberon, is jealous.
Climax: Because Oberon is angry at Titiana he asks Puck to put a love potion on her to fall in love with the first thing she sees. Later on Oberon sees a man refusing to love this girl and tells Puck to put the potion on the man. Puck puts the potion on the wrong man, so puts another on another man. On his way to give them the potion he also turns Bottom into a donkey.
Falling action: Demetrius and Lysander are in love with Helena and she thinks that they are pretending to love her as a joke and Hermia is very upset. Titiana is in love with Bottom, who Puck turned into a donkey. Obereon realizes that everything is going wrong and asks Puck to reverse all the spells except for Demetrius.
Denouement: The people who were practicing the play performed for all the weddings. All the couples get married; Demetrius and Helena, Hermia and Lysander, Theseus and Hippolyta, and Oberon and Titania.