The mission of Philostrate in the play is to organize entertainment during the wedding ceremony between the Athenian governor Theseus and his chosen Hippolyta. The task is rather complicated because it is not easy to please the tastes of royal guests. Philostrate, like a magician, acts imperceptibly, on the sidelines of the castle. Sometimes he is inclined to fraud, often losing control over the situation. When Theseus asked about topics of future performances, Philostrate offers options that the king rejects as inappropriate for his wedding. The master of ceremonies has no choice but to ably maneuver the proposed versions to persuade Theseus to his opinion. As you can see, in the image of Philostrate is a skillful employee who tries in any way not to fall out of favor with the owner.