A Midsummer Night's Dream Play

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Shakespeare’s play, A Midsummer Night’s Dream, has been portrayed in many different ways. Along with the 1999 film, countless plays have reinvented this timeless masterpiece. In order to compare most effective acting, blocking, and prop usage, I have watched three different videos of Act III, Scene II, as listed above. Each had their perks, as well as faults. Overall, I enjoyed Production 3 the most. The actors and actresses used their voices and bodies in such a way that anyone could understand and follow the story being told. This play was, by far, the funniest of the three, as well. Demetrius and Lysander were constantly physically fighting for Helena’s attention, and were literally on their knees. Despite the light-heartedness of the show,
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