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MFFE Version 5 – A Midsummer Night’s Dream (Index)

A Midsummer Night's Dream Script

Entries in this index  lead you to an article about the play. Articles in: “Let’s explore”;  “Let’s Play”; and “Cast Lists” let you explore some of the text of the play in Cue Script, Highlight Text, or Standard format. Touch (or click on) an Index entry to see the article.


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Cover - A Midsummer Night's Dream
Introduction to A Midsummer Night's Dream
List of Speaking characters
Script of 'The Dream'
Let's explore Section
Bottom / Pyramus - the leading actor
Helena - the rejected lover
Puck, or Robin Goodfellow
Quince / Prologue - the Elizabethan director
Titania - The Queen of the Fairies
Let's play Section:
A3S1: Bottom becomes an Ass (7 players)
A3S2: What fools these mortals be (6 players)
Bottom with the fairies (5 players)
A4S2: Bottom is reunited with the players (5 players)
Aricles, DVDs, Reviews, Resources (no link)
An Overview of our Edition
Our One Hour edition of A Midsummer Night's Dream
Playreading Report: 11th Jan, 2015
Playreading Report: Edinburgh, February '18 (coming shortly)
Aileen Gonsalves, Butterfly Theatre, and 'The Dream'
A Dream of many colours - Aileen Gonsalves on site-specific productions
Review of RSC production 1968 (****) with Judi Dench
Review of Merely Theatre (****) gender-blind production
Review of The Globe's (*****) production, directed by Dominic Drumgoole
Review: Propeller's A Midsummer Night's Dream (and Comedy of Errors)
Review (***) A Midsummer Night's Dream, RSC, 1996, dir. Adrian Noble
Review (***) BBC Films adaptation of 'The Dream', written by Russell T Davies
Cast lists for A Midsummer Night's Dream section:
Round-robin reading for 2 - 5 players
Cast list for 6 players
Cast list for 7 players
Cast list for 8 players
Cast list for 9 players
Cast list for 10 players
Cast list for 11 players
Cast list for 12 players
Cast list for 20 players (original)
Help with our Edition
HELP with getting started
Help Videos
How to explore in depth a character (e.g. Hamlet)
How to explore in depth any character


A Midsummer Night's Dream Script

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