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A MIDSUMMER NIGHTS DREAM
Hermia has to marry Demetrius but she wants to marry Lysander. Her friend Helena loves Demetrius
Hermia sneaks out to see Lysander when Helena goes and tells Demetrius that Helena doesn’t like him and she likes him
Hermia and Lysander fall asleep. When Demetrius hears the news from Helena he gets angry
Meanwhile the king of fairies Tatiana gets angry with his wife
Oberon gets Ruck the elf to give a potion to Tatiana so that when she wakes up she falls in love with the first thing she sees
When Ruck was doing this he saw Hermia and Lysander and he gave it to Lysander as well
As Helena was running past Lysander and Hemia, Lysander falls in love with Helena
He chases her but she runs away
Meanwhile Titania wakes up and the first thing she sees is a donkey and now she's in love with the donkey
Then Hermia wakes up and she can’t find Lysander so she goes looking for him
Just as Lysander had Helena cornered, Demetrius jumps out and and decides he loves Helena
Then Hermia arrives and both Demetrius and Lysander love Helena
Oberon sees his wife in love with the donkey and becomes lonely so he tells Ruck to change everything back
So Hermia and Lysander got married the next day and Helena and Demetrius also got married the next day, they had a double wedding
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