The Duke of Athens is to marry. Demetrius and Lysander meet a young woman, Hermia. Both men fall in love with her however, her father gives her permission to marry Demetrius yet it is Lysander that she loves.
Hermia runs away with Lysander. Before she goes she tells her friend Helena who loves Demetrius. She in turn tells him hoping to win his love. They all end up running into the woods after each other.
In the woods, a fairy called puck tries to solve the love triangle and accidentally makes Lysander fall in love with Helena. Then trying to fix the problem he makes Demetrius fall for her too. Now everyone loves Helena and no one loves Hermia.
With the men fighting over Helena and Hermia mad at Helena, Puck separates them all so they don't end up killing each other. Once they fall asleep Puck reverses the spell and rights his wrong!
The Duke is riding in the forest and finds the lovers, after hearing their story he is confused but invites them all to be married during his ceremony!
In the end everyone is married! The play “Pyramus and Thisbe” is performed, and Puck ends the play by asking the audience to remember it all as if it were a dream!
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