Narrator: Once upon a time, there was a beautiful girl named Cinderella. She lived in a kingdom called Chaosia. One day, she was walking in the forest, feeling unhappy about something.
Cinderella: Oh. What’s that? (kick the thing but missed)
Narrator: The shoe on her foot flew away. There was a water spirit in the lake. The shoe hit him and he sank below surface. Cinderella ran and yelled.
Cinderella: I saw the shoe flew over here. Where is it? Oh! My shoe, where are you?
Water spirit: (come out with a golden shoe) Does this belong to you?
Cinderella: No. That’s not my shoe. It’s not that shiny.
Water spirit: (Take out a silver shoe) How about this one?
Cinderella: No. Mine is black. It’s similar to this one. (show show other shoe)
Water spirit: (take out Cinderella’s shoe) Is this one yours?
Cinderella: (smell it) Oh! That’s the smell. This is the one!
Water spirit: Oh! You’re such an honest girl! These shoes are both for you.
(Give Cinderella the golden and the silver shoes, but the golden one falls into the lake.) Ouch! All right! (sigh) I’ll just give you this sliver one. (sink)
Cinderella: (try the shoe on) Oh! It’s a miracle. It is like as if it’s made for me. (stare at the shoe, then yell) But what can I do with only one shoe? (disappointed and throw the shoe away)
Water spirit: (come out with another silver shoe) Oh! I’m so sorry. I forgot to give you the other one. (give Cinderella the other one) Farewell. (sink)
Cinderella: (She stood.) Oh no! My shoe! My shoe! (run away crazily)
Prince: (get hit) What is this? It looks like a shoe… (smell it) Oh… What’s that magical smell? It’s just like… (faint and the shoe fell)
Civilian1: My lord… Get up, get up!
Civilian 2: We must bring the prince back.
(The two civilians grab the prince’s legs, but they walk to opposite sides)
Narrator: In the palace, the king felt angry about what happened to his beloved son.
The king: Oh… My son, my dearest son! (cry) You are the only heir of this kingdom… (Civilian3 comes in with the shoe) Oh, I will find out who the owner is. I must find the guy and have him executed!
Prince: (wake up) What’s all that noise? (look at the shoe) Oh, come here and give me the shoe. (smell it) Oh… What a wonderful fragrance! Nothing would be better than this. (others shocked)
The king: My son, weren’t you hit by that shoe?
Prince: Yes, you’re right, but the scent is unbelievable! Father, I would like the owner of this shoe to be my future wife.
The king: Do you really mean it?
Prince: Of course I do.
The king: (happy) I’ve been waiting for this kind of answer for a long time. Servants, servants!
Servant1, 2: (come in) Your Majesty, what would you like us to do for you?
The king: Take this shoe with you and find out who the owner is. Just state that every maiden of kingdom shall put this shoe upon her foot, she whose foot it fits will be the Queen of Chaosia.
Servant1: Yes, Your Majesty. We will do what you ordered us to.
Prince: Go, go. Get it done as soon as possible. Remember that you shall bring her back to me. (servants leave). (smell the shoe) Oh, I believe that the girl will surely be the fairest.
Narrator: It’s 11:57 at night. Cinderella was studying biology in her bedroom, but her mind wasn’t on the book.
Cinderella: Where is my shoe? How stupid! I shouldn’t have thrown it away. I want my lovely silver shoe!
Grandma: Cinderella, are you there in your room? I’ve got a surprise for you. It’s a new shoe.
Cinderella: A new shoe? Could that be the one I lost in the forest?
Grandma: (whisper) Ha! Ha! (turn into the wolf) If Cinderella comes down, I can eat her up. I couldn’t eat Little Red Ridding Hood, but I can eat Cinderella! (turn back into grandma) Ha…
Cinderella: (come down) Hi grandma, where’s the shoe?
Grandma: I said that it’s a surprise, so please turn around and close your eyes.
Cinderella: All right.
Grandma: (turn into the wolf) Ha! Ha! Ha! Here’s the Big Bad Wolf. I’m going to eat you!
Cinderella: (the bell rings) Oh, it’s 12 o’clock. Ah… (turn into a boy)
The Wolf: (shocked) What?
Cinderella B: (angry) Get away from me!
The Wolf: No way! (grab Cinderella) Whether you’re normal or not, I’m going to eat you.
Cinderella B: (very angry) I mean it! Take your hands off from me!
The Wolf: (become frightened) I’m…not joking. I… am going to eat you…
Cinderella B: (beat the wolf) When I was two, you ate my dad. When I was five, you ate my mom. Two years ago you ate the three little pigs who were my cousins. Now you want me? No way!
Wolf: Oh… I surrender… Help! Here’s a freak! (crawl away)
Cinderella B: I hate this dreadful curse. I want my beautiful face and shape back, and I want my shoe! (run away crazily)
Narrator: In the next morning, the faithful servants went as the king told them to. They went through the kingdom to seek for the “fair maid”.
Servant1: Every maiden of this kingdom shall put this shoe upon her foot. She whose foot it fits will be the Queen of Chaosia.
Servant 2: Yes, so please come forward and have a try.
The Little Mermaid: I want to try, too! (start singing a part of the theme song of “The Little Mermaid”)
How beautiful the voice is!
Servant2: Lady, we appreciate that. But the fact is that you have no feet…
The Little Mermaid: How can you do this to me? I’m going to cry… ( start crying)
Servant1: Maiden, please don’t cry, I think we can work this out…
Miss Kevin Zhang: You guys are rude! How can you do that to her?
Servant2: Apologies Miss. We’ll report this to the king and give you girls the rank as the cleane toilato, one of the most important tasks in the royal palace.
Miss Kevin Zhang: Really? That sounds great. OK, we’ll forgive you. (the girls leave)
Servant1: You’re really rude! Why did you make them the Royal WC Cleaners?
Servant2: To avoid more waste of our precious time. Now, let’s go before the sun goes down.
Narrator: The sun slowly slides down the hilltop, and the moon is on its way. But the two faithful servants haven’t found a single maiden that seemed to be in the prince’s dreams. They soon got tired and decided to rest.
Servant1: Well, I think our luck is not that good. Let’s call it a day.
Servant2: (point to a lady) Look! There’s fair maid sitting on something over there.
Cinderella: The moon’s coming out, I must hurry home.
Servant1: Good evening, ma’am, please try this shoe on.
Cinderella: Is that my shoe? (smell the shoe) It is my shoe! Where did you guys find it?
Servant2: Well, the prince found it, and he wants the owner of this silver shoe to be his Queen.
Cinderella: To be the Queen? That’s wonderful! (hesitate) But…Oh! Forget about it. Go back and tell the prince that I could never make his wife. Believe me, the prince wouldn’t want this to happen.
Servant: It’s the king’s order. I’m sorry ma’am, but we have to take you with us.
Cinderella: (sigh) If you insist, I’ll have a try…
Narrator: So the faithful servants took the fair maid and went back to the palace. By the time they arrived, it was almost midnight.
Servant1: My Lord, we’ve found the lady in your dream.
The king: Good work, my faithful servants.
Prince: Oh… Please come forward, dear.
Cinderella: No, please. you won’t love me, and you can’t love me.
Prince: No, I just know that no matter what happens, you’ll always be my true love.
Cinderella: Are you sure?
Prince: I swear I’ll love you and take good care of you.
Cinderella: All right, maybe we should face the fact that… (the bell rings) Oh no, it’s 12… Ah… (fall down and turn into a boy)
Prince: (leap forward to check on Cinderella) Are you all right?
Cinderella B: I’m fine, but…
The king: Are you a man? (furious) This… This is outrageous! How dare you… (the prince interrupts)
Prince: Say no more, father. Not even the gender matters now, I gave my word. (to Cinderella) Will you marry me?
Cinderella B: (touched) Of course I will. (hug and kiss the prince)
(The king, servants leave)
Narrator: (to the center of the stage) There are two morals that we can learn from this chaotic story. Firstly, this story tells us that love conquers all. Secondly, life is like a box of chocolates, you never know which one you are going to get. So, be careful when you take one. (break the kissing couple) Enough.