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One play can be told in so many different ways but yet have the same story behind it A major example of this is the six interpretations of William Shakespeares play A Mid Summers Night Dream In class we saw these six versions there were many differences in these plays The setting accuracy costuming acting direction and interpretations The versions we saw were a cartoon of the play a 1940s 1960s and a 1999 movie versions of the plat and last we a 1999 stage version of the the play Through out viewing these plays you were able to learn the main story and characters You were also able to pick out little things that were different in each version The cartoon version of Mid Summers Night Dream was the first we saw It made the play very simple to understand It was easy to see that it was changed for younger children to understand the more complex play In the play the story was to take place in Athens before Christ In the cartoon the setting wasnt very accurate you really couldnt tell whether the story was taking place in the right time frame or place It was very short and really never got into the whole play it seemed like the cartoon was made of younger children or people that are just getting into to Shakespeares plays It wasnt as accurate as it could have been It is not the version you would want to see if you wanted to understand the play The main characters werent portrayed as well as they could have been The 1940s movie version of A Mid Summers Night Dream was made very well and told the story very accurately The characters were portrayed very accurate and the story was clear and precise Even though the movie was made in the 1940s and in black and white the movie had good special effects and the acting was
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