'A Midsummer Night's dream', the most amorous play of all Shakespeare's plays, hides under a cover of innocence and game, much of the hardness characterizing frequently love affairs. Between dream and reality, often with the nuances of a nightmare, the writer examines the love affair, the identity of people inside it and its fluid state. The plot is the following: two men, vindicate the same girl and her father asks for her death, if she does not accept to marry either of them. From this moment on, an endless series of love conflicts, confusions and betrayals begins, involving couples in a night marish game, as from a certain moment, the couples are connected with the love adventure of the demons in the forest. In the dark forest where the carefree fairies wander, the lovers whirl in a love whirlpool, where the two men lose their identity: Lysander and Demetrius sleep in love with Hermia, but wake up being in love with Helena.