Narrator: Once upon a time, a king and queen ruled over a distant land. One winter day, the queen was doing needle work while looking through the window, when a bird flew by distracting the queen and she pricked her finger. A single drop of blood fell on the snow outside her window. As she looked at the blood on the snow she said.
Queen: Oh, how I wish that I had a daughter that had skin as white as snow, lips as red as blood, and hair as black as ebony.
Narrator: The queen got her wish when she gave birth to a baby girl who had skin white as snow, lips red as blood, and hair black as ebony. They named her Snow White, but sadly, the queen died . Soon after, the king married a new woman who was beautiful, but proud and cruel. She had studied dark magic and owned a magic mirror, of which she would daily ask.
Step-Mother: Mirror, mirror on the wall, who’s the most beautiful of them all?.
Mirror: You, my Queen, are the most beautiful of them all.
Narrator: This pleased the queen. She knew that her magical mirror could speak only the truth. One morning the queen asked.
Step-Mother: Mirror, mirror on the wall, who´s the most beautiful of them all?.
Mirror: You, my queen, are the most beautiful; it is true. But Snow White is even more beautiful than you.
Narrator: The Queen was angry and ordered her huntsman to take Snow White into the woods to be killed.
Step-Mother: Go to the forest, take the girl and kill her! And as a proof, bring me her heart! Ha,ha,ha,ha
Huntsman: Yes, my Queen, I will do as you say.
Narrator: The poor huntsman took Snow White into the forest, but coul not kill her.
Huntsman: Snow White, I cannot do this, you have to escape, go, run, run!
Snow White: Thank you good man, I will always be grateful for what you have done.
Narrator: Then the huntsman killed a deer and took his heart to the Queen.
Huntsman: Here, my Queen, I did as you told me. Take her heart.
Step-Mother: Ha, ha, ha, ha, now, I am the most beautiful of them all!
Narrator: Meanwhile, Snow White was at the forest.
Snow White: Oh, I am all alone in the great forest, I don´t know what to do.
Narrator: Then she began to run. And just as evening was about to fall she saw a little house and went inside.
Snow White: Oh, this house is so beautiful. Everything is so small and clean.
Narrator: The table was set, and there was food on the plates.
Snow White: I am so hungry. I will eat a few vegetables and a little bread from each little plate and from each cup I will drink a bit of milk.
Narrator: Since she was so tired, she lay down on one of the little beds and fell fast asleep.
Narrator: After dark, the owners of the house returned home. They were the seven dwarves who mined for gold in the mountains. As soon as they arrived home, they saw that someone had been there.
Dwarf 1: Who has been sitting in my chair?
Dwarf 2: Who has been eating from my plate?
Dwarf 3: Who has been eating my bread?
Dwarf 4: Who has been eating my vegetables?
Dwarf 5: Who has been eating with my fork?
Dwarf 6: Who has been drinking from my cup?
Narrator: But the seventh one, looking at his bed, found Snow White lying there asleep.
Dwarf 7: Look over here, come quick!
Narrator: The seven dwarves all came running up, and they cried out with amazement.
Dwarves: Oh good heaven! This child is beautiful!
Narrator: They did not wake her up, but let her continue to sleep in the bed. The next morning Snow White woke up, and when she saw the seven dwarves she was frightened.
Snow White: Oh, no!
Dwarf 1: Don´t be afraid of us. What is your name?
Snow White: My name is Snow White.
Dwarf 2: How did you find your way to our house?
Snow White: My stepmother tried to kill me, then the...