That's a logical place to find each other because this place works almost as a natural selection for people that have this intention to jump off the margin of the map and we all meet here - where the lines of the map converge. There is no point that is south of the South Pole. ... Those are the professional dreamers - they dream all the time. And I think, through them, the great cosmic dreams come into fruition, because the universe dreams through our dreams. And I think that there's many different ways for the reality to bring itself forward and dreaming is definitely one of these ways.
In search of some rest, in search of a break From a life of tests where something's always at stake Where something's always so far What about my broken car? What about my life so far? What about my dream?
The mix of illusion and reality that runs through the play is also a particularly relevant theme at this time. For this is at the heart of what we do each year. With your participation, we visit people and worlds where the normal, earthbound laws of physics no longer apply. ... Not only is the play filled throughout with the imagery of dreams, but Puck even addresses the audience at the play's close with the advice that if they've not been pleased with what they've seen, they should just tell themselves that they've been dreaming, and will wake up with nothing lost. And what's to say that we haven't been dreaming while this parade of characters has performed across the stretch of our imagination?
Source: commenting on Shakespeare's *A Midsummer Night's Dream*