One of the ways Shakespeare's plays are successful is in making a perfect cast of actors. "A Midsummer's Night's Dream" is a wonderful romp and having the right actors can either make or break that production. There have been some fine versions-- and students can really start to appreciate how a play's tone can change if one looks at various example of the same play. This activity allows students to work in the very exciting field of casting agent--and they can cast "A Midsummer's Night's Dream". The activity also allows them to be location scouts, so they can put it in a place of their choice.