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A Midsummer Night's Dream by William Shakespeare - During the preparation for the play "Pyramus and Thisbe," which they plan to perform for the wedding of the Duke of Athens and the Queen of the Amazons, Nick Bothom and his colleagues conclude that there are certain flaws. As a solution, Nick proposes the introduction of a prologue. To not scare the ladies in the audience, he wants to read a prologue at the beginning explaining that everything that happens in the play is not real, that the characters are actually actors, and that no one will truly get hurt.
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