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Ein Sommernachtstraum ist eine Komödie von William Shakespeare. Das Stück spielt im antiken Athen und in einem an die Stadt angrenzenden verzauberten Wald. Es umfasst die erzählte Zeit von drei Tagen und Nächten und handelt von den Umständen der. Zu ihnen gehören sieben Shakespeare-Stücke (Henry V, Lear, Merchant of Venice, Merry Wifes of Windsor, A Midsummer Night's Dream, 2 Henry VI und 3. Ein Sommernachtstraum (englisch: A Midsummer Night's Dream) ist eine Oper in drei Akten von Benjamin Britten nach dem gleichnamigen Drama von William. »Ein Sommernachtstraum«(»A Midsummer Night's Dream«) ist eine Komödie von William Shakespeare, die zwischen und A Midsummer Night's Dream | WILLIAM SHAKESPEARE | ISBN: | Kostenloser Versand für alle Bücher mit Versand und Verkauf duch Amazon.
Es war ein Herzensprojekt Herbert von Karajans,»A Midsummer Night's Dream«von Benjamin Britten fast unmittelbar nach der erfolgreichen Uraufführung. A Midsummer Night's Dream. Davia Bouley als Hippolyta. © Bettina Stöß. A Midsummer Night's Dream. u. a. Siobhan Stagg als Tytania. © Bettina Stöß. Ein Sommernachtstraum ist eine Komödie von William Shakespeare. Das Stück spielt im antiken Athen und in einem an die Stadt angrenzenden verzauberten Wald. Es umfasst die erzählte Zeit von drei Tagen und Nächten und handelt von den Umständen der.
Robin Goodfellow, a puck , meets a fairy who serves Queen Titania. He tells the fairy that his King Oberon is in the woods, and that Titania should avoid Oberon because they will quarrel again.
However, Titania and Oberon soon arrive and begin arguing about a young boy Titania has stolen and is caring for.
Oberon demands that she give him the boy, but she refuses. Oberon decides to play a trick on Titania and put some pansy juice on her eyes.
The magical juice will make her fall in love with first person she sees upon waking up. Soon after Puck is sent away to fetch the juice, Oberon overhears Demetrius and Helena in the woods.
Demetrius deserts Helena in the forest, leaving her alone. Oberon decides that he will change this situation, and commands Robin to put the juice onto Demetrius's eyes when he is sleeping.
He then finds Titania and drops the juice onto her eyelids. Robin goes to find Demetrius, but instead comes across Lysander and accidentally uses the juice on him.
By accident Helena comes across Lysander and wakes him up. He immediately falls in love with her and starts to chase her through the woods.
Together they arrive where Oberon is watching, and he realizes the mistake. Oberon then puts the pansy juice onto Demetrius's eyelids, who upon waking up also falls in love with Helena.
She thinks that the two men are trying to torment her for being in love with Demetrius, and becomes furious at their protestations of love.
The workmen arrive in the woods and start to practice their play. They constantly ruin the lines of the play and mispronounce the words.
Out of fear of censorship, they decide to make the play less realistic. Therefore the lion is supposed to announce that he is not a lion, but only a common man.
Bottom also feels obliged to tell the audience that he is not really going to die, but will only pretend to do so.
Puck, watching this silly scene, catches Bottom alone and puts an asses head on him. When Bottom returns to his troupe, they run away out of fear.
Bottom then comes across Titania, and succeeds in waking her up. She falls in love with him due to the juice on her eyes, and takes him with her.
Lysander and Demetrius prepare to fight one another for Helena. Puck intervenes and leads them through the woods in circles until they collapse onto the ground in exhaustion.
He then brings the two women to same area and puts them to sleep as well. Oberon finds Titania and releases her from the spell.
He then tells the audience that Bottom will think is all a dream when he wakes up. He further releases Lysander from the spell. Theseus arrives with a hunting party and finds the lovers stretched out on the ground.
He orders the hunting horns blown in order to wake them up. The lovers explain why they are in the woods, at which point Egeus demands that he be allowed to exercise the law on Hermia.
However, Demetrius intervenes and tells them that he no longer loves Hermia, but rather only loves Helena. Theseus decides to overbear Egeus and let the lovers get married that day with him.
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Sign up! Egeus tries to force Hermia to marry Demetrius. Duke Theseus arbitrates. Hermia and Lysander decide to elope. A group of craftsmen prepare to perform a play called "Pyramus and Thisbe" at Theseus' wedding.
Oberon and Titania argue. He plans to trick her. Demetrius enters followed by Helena. Oberon decides to trick these two.
Oberon places a spell on Titania. Robin mistakes Lysander for Demetrius, and makes Lysander fall in love with Helena.
The craftsmen rehearse. Robin plays tricks on them, and gives Bottom a donkey's head. Titania falls in love with Bottom.
Oberon talks to Robin about their tricks. They watch the Greek lovers and realize their mistake. Robin goes to fix it. Oberon shows Titania his trick.
Theseus and Egeus find the Greek lovers. Demetrius now loves Helena.