Here are some other representations of ‘A Midsummer Night’s Dream’ in theatre productions around the world:

Sydney Theatre Company, Australia, 2016: Appears to be using a pig head instead of a donkey. Would an Australian animal work if I was doing this for an Australian audience?

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La Boite, Australia, 2015: A take on the play set in Australian suburbia

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Globe Theatre, England, 2016: Created a fantasy character for the poster to reflect the fantasy nature of the play.

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Brentwood Shakespeare Company, England 2014: Fairly common use of forest imagery to represent the play.

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Leiden English Freshers, England, 2013: Made the character ‘Bottom’ look modern through the use of a suit.

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American Theatre, the United States of America, 2014: Very skeletal version of the Donkey. Uses modern clothing again.

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