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A Midsummer Night's Dream in the 1920s

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Grace Campbell

on 12 January 2015

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Transcript of A Midsummer Night's Dream in the 1920s

A Midsummer Night's Dream in the 1920s
Concept Overview Cont'd
Egeus- Theseus' financial advisor
Hermia- Her father is Theseus' financial advisor
Demetrius- Manages one of the mob's favorite clubs to work through
Lysander-Manages one of the less favored clubs of the mob
Helena- Her father handles the mob's financial aspects
Thematic Tie-In
Theme: "The course of true love never did run smooth..."
Tie-In:Throughout the play, all four of the main couples struggle to obtain their loves but in the end it all works out
Concept Overview
Titania & Oberon- head of the Manhattan-Brooklyn mob, are fighting over the changeling boy who is one of their top enforcers
Theseus- head of a bootlegging operation that operates through the clubs and speakeasies of New York, engaged to Hippolyta

Welcome to the 1920s where mobsters, flappers, and bootleggers run wild.
This era stood out as an option for the group because of the allure, mystery, and glamour that surrounded it, much like the allure, mystery, and glamour of the play.
The Mechanicals- Work in a club and perform their play in order to secure Theseus' favoritism
Hippolyta- ex-head of a rival bootlegging business that Theseus took over, the take over was sealed with their marriage
Design Elements: Costumes
New York
a popular club
of the
The Forest
a less popular club of the mob
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