Shakespeare’s A Midsummer Night’s Dream

flowers What are part of the cult of Titania?
Diana Oberon refers to the moon as a symbol of
rubies What are the red spots on flowers?
fairy When we first meet Puck at the beginning of the second act, who/what is he with?
moon The play opens with Theseus’ lament about the
Helena Who said, “The dove pursues the griffin; the mild hind Makes speed to catch the tiger”?
Hermia Who said, “By all the vows that ever men have broke”?
Hermia Who said, “Do thy best To pluck this crawling serpent from my breast”?
Puck Who said, “How now, spirit! whither wander you?”?
Theseus Who said, “I woo’d thee with my sword”?
duty What is more absent than present?
dreams What serve(s) as a way to explain away plot holes or add a gauzy mystery?
fools Puck sees the mortal world as full of what?
woods Where do some Athenian workers want to go to rehearse?
fairies What is Theseus certain are not real?
Romeo and Juliet What else was Shakespeare working on when he wrote this play?
lovers This play is about two sets of
Puck __________ is all except a Puritan man who falls for a married woman.
1 If you were a judge, on a scale of 1 to 10, how would you rate Starveling’s talent?
lion Snug plays the role of the
Most cantankerous character What is Demetrius’ claim to fame?
adieu, adieu, adieu Flute’s character dies onstage crooning:
fools Love makes all of these folks ________?
Athens The Play is set in which Greek city?
a nunnery What third option does Theseus offers Helena, other than marrying one of her two suitors?
Theseus and Hippolyta The play centers around the marriage of which Duke and Queen?
disorder in the natural world The marital argument between Oberon and Titania has caused what?
Demetrius In Act I, whom has Egeus selected for his daughter Hermia to marry?
Titania Oberon loves (or is at least married to)
mischief Robin Goodfellow loves
Demetrius Helena loves
Hermia Lysander loves
weaving Nick Bottom loves
Beagle All of the following are servants who wait on Nick Bottom except
Nick Bottom When Titania wakes from her slumber, first under the love-spell, whom does she first see?
Lysander for Demetrius With the magic flower juice, Puck (like most readers) mistakes who for whom?
laborers Who is performing the play about Pyramus and Thisbe?
donkey Puck turns Nick Bottom’s head into which animal?
a midsummer night’s dream In the final act, what do the lovers consider their experiences to have been?
the dark, ridiculous side They play concerns itself with what aspect of love?
Hermia Theseus overrules Egeus’ marriage command, because Demetrius doesn’t love _______ anymore.
Puck The famed epilogue of the play is given by
Pyramus and Thisbe The final play within the play is titled
Puck Who said, “If we shadows have offended,/ Think but this, and all is mended, /That you have but slumbered here/ While these visions did appear.”?
Puck Who said, “I am that merry wanderer of the night”?
Theseus Who said, “To live a barren sister all your life,/Chanting faint hymns to the cold fruitless moon.”?
Quince Who said, “To show our simple skill,/That is the true beginning of our end.”?
Lysander Who said, “The course of love never did run smooth.”?