by William Shakespeare
Juno, Ceres, and Iris
These spirits help Miranda stay pure throughout the play, and are representative of marriage in general.
Also part of the island, but somewhat cut off from it. He has painted himself to show his ferocity and masculinity. He mimics himself after Prospero in the hopes to steal his powers.
Trinculo and Stefano
The comic relief, along with Caliban at times, these too are fools and therfore look foolish. Trinculo is dressed as a fool and Stefano is dressed in some of his favorite activities, wine barrels.
Prospero has made his sorcerer's robes from his alchemical texts. the island has become a part of him. The roots and branches wrap around him here and there.
Miranda is Prospero's virtuous daughter. The island has started to claim her,but she still has a chance to leave.
Ariel is a spirit of the air, but of the island as well. Ariel would be a puppet so they could be swished and swooshed around as needed.