Besides, Puck is usually naked, and the other male dancers clad in Elizabethan tights, complete with codpieces (unless they are impressively endowed without one).
George Balanchine, with music by Felix Mendelsson. It follows the basic plot for awhile, but then gets clogged down in a bizarre, heterosexist wedding dance.
The Dream (1964), choreographed by Frederick Ashton, discards the subplots to concentrate on Puck manipulating the love lives of fairies and mortals. It's considerably more homoerotic, as Puck grabs and fiddles with the male cast members, most of whom aren't wearing much.
They end up in heteronormative pairs: "Jack shall have Jill, all shall be well."
In case you were wondering, the Pucks are: Mathias Dingman, Kyle Slade, Valentino Zuchetti, Lucas Hall, and Ramon Moreno.
See also: Shakespeare, the Original Gay Poet; and Midsummer Night's Dream: the Stage Versions.