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Neil Gaiman's comic series The Sandman uses the play in the 1990 issue " A Midsummer Night's Dream". In this story, Shakespeare and his company perform the play for the real Oberon and Titania and an audience of fairies. The play is heavily quoted in the comic, and Shakespeare's son Hamnet appears in the play as the Indian boy. This issue was the first and only comic to win the World Fantasy Award for Best Short Fiction, in 1991. 
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Situated in Maroni and only 26 km from Amathus, Summer Dream Cyprus features accommodation with sea views, free WiFi and free private parking. There is a private entrance at the bed and breakfast for the convenience of those who stay. The accommodation provides airport transfers, while a car rental service is also available. Howard, Jean E. (2003). "Feminist Criticism". In Wells, Stanley; Orlin, Lena Cowen (eds.). Shakespeare: An Oxford Guide. New York: Oxford University Press. pp.411–23. ISBN 978-0-19-924522-2. Bernard Cornwell's novel Fools and Mortals (2017) is about the creation and first performance of the play, as seen by the young actor, Richard Shakespeare, brother of the playwright.  Musical versions [ edit ] In 2015, the plot of Be More Chill included a version of the play called A Midsummer Nightmare (About Zombies).   Ballets [ edit ]
Holland, Peter, ed. (1994). A Midsummer Night's Dream. The Oxford Shakespeare. Oxford: Oxford University Press. doi: 10.1093/actrade/9780198129288.book.1. ISBN 978-0-19-812928-8. Director 1: Steve, using the smoke to represent the contagious fog and bad weather brought on by Oberon’s temper was inspired. Over Hill, Over Dale", from Act 2, is the third of the Three Shakespeare Songs set to music by the British composer Ralph Vaughan Williams. He wrote the pieces for a cappella SATB choir in 1951 for the British Federation of Music Festivals, and they remain a popular part of British choral repertoire today.
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In 1826, Felix Mendelssohn composed a concert overture, inspired by the play, that was first performed in 1827. In 1842, partly because of the fame of the overture, and partly because his employer King Friedrich Wilhelm IV of Prussia liked the incidental music that Mendelssohn had written for other plays that had been staged at the palace in German translation, Mendelssohn was commissioned to write incidental music for a production of A Midsummer Night's Dream that was to be staged in 1843 in Potsdam. He incorporated the existing Overture into the incidental music, which was used in most stage versions through the 19th century. The best known of the pieces from the incidental music is the famous Wedding March, frequently used as a recessional in weddings.  A 1996 French film, The Apartment ( L'Appartement), directed by Gilles Mimouni, has many references to the play.
Foakes, R. A., ed. (2003). A Midsummer Night's Dream. The New Cambridge Shakespeare (2nded.). Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. ISBN 978-0-521-53247-1. Bottom's Dream (1983) was an animated short directed by John Canemaker, showing events of the play from the point of view of Bottom. The film uses selections of Mendelssohn's music, lines from the play, and surreal imagery to convey Bottom's experience. [ citation needed]John Neumeier created his full-length ballet Ein Sommernachtstraum for his company at the Hamburg State Opera (Hamburgische Staatsoper) in 1977. Longer than Ashton's or Balanchine's earlier versions, Neumeier's version includes other music by Mendelssohn along with the Midsummer Night's Dream music, as well as music from the modern composer György Ligeti, and jaunty barrel organ music. Neumeier devotes the three sharply differing musical styles to the three character groups, with the aristocrats and nobles dancing to Mendelssohn, the fairies to Ligeti, and the rustics or mechanicals to the barrel organ.  The next critic known to comment on the play was John Dryden, writing The Authors Apology for Heroique Poetry; and Poetique Licence in 1677. He was preoccupied with the question of whether fairies should be depicted in theatrical plays, since they did not exist. He concluded that poets should be allowed to depict things which do not exist but derive from popular belief. And fairies are of this sort, as are pygmies and the extraordinary effects of magic. Based on this reasoning, Dryden defended the merits of three fantasy plays: A Midsummer Night's Dream, The Tempest, and Ben Jonson's The Masque of Queens.  18th century [ edit ]