The movements and passions of lovers, nodes enchanted of the absurd, dreams arabesque into four plots and five acts. “A Midsummer Night’s Dream”, a book that is born of a smile, watching the love and all its complex nuances. William Shakespeare, even now, continues to impress every player, because his plots and his acts, yes, a little, are ours, those that accompany our life.
From the book, some timeless word: “If, therefore, true lovers were always opposed, meant to signify that it is a decree of fate. Our test, to teach us patience, because it is a common evil, and love the part, such as thoughts, dreams and sighs, desires and crying, the usual procession of the poor lovers.”