It's from the play "Pyramus and Thisbe" inside the play "Midsummer Night's Dream", about "two lovers in the city of Babylon who occupy connected houses, forbidden by their parents to be wed, because of their parents' rivalry." (Wikipedia) One of the plot points is that Pyramus and Thisbe meet at opposite sides of a wall nightly to talk to each other.
For the play inside the play, the actors couldn't get a wall, so they had one of their troupe play Wall itself. When Pyramus says the words above, he's searching for a hole in the wall to see through to gaze upon his love. The actor playing Wall obliges by making an "ok" hand gesture for Pyramus to see through.
I have autism too. I didn't add a whole lot of context either. In the play, you get a feel for the audience reaction for the play inside the play. ex. an audience member stating sarcastically "It is the wittiest partition that ever I heard discourse, my lord." I would recommend reading the play. The 1999 movie adaptation of A Midsummer Night's Dream is decent.
I think the only Shakespeare thing I've ever seen/read is macbeth. I don't remember any of the book, and the film was a weird modern day adaption and all I remember from it is there's a kitchen in it, maybe a chef guy? xD idk that was years ago in school
macbeth is Shakespeare, right? Or am I being a complete blithering idiot here... I'm pretty sure it is