Cinderella script

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Cast
Tooba: Cinderella Trinh: Lady Tremaine/stepmother Maiza: Drizella/stepsister, Mice 3 Ivan: Louse/ Stepbrother, Mice 1 Tauheed: Fairy, Mice 2, King Sajeel: Prince, Mice 4 Thang: Grand Duke/minister, mail guy
Script
Scene 1
Cinderella: (Cinderella in her room singing)
Stepmother: Cinderella…Cinderella (Cinderella runs into the kitchen)
Stepsister: Cinderella…Cinderella…CINDERELLA
Stepbrother: Cinderella…Cinderella…CINDERELLA…CINDERELLA
Cinderella: Ok I am coming (while they kept on calling Cinderella)
Cinderella: (Cinderella walks in) Yes stepmother
Stepmother: Did you finish what I told you to do
Cinderella: yes stepmother (Cinderella gives the breakfast to her)
Stepmother: Ok you can go now but before you go take theses cloths and wash them
Cinderella: Yes stepmother
Stepsister: CINDERELLA… where is my tea
Cinderella: here Drizella ahmm (Drizella groans)
Stepsister: take my cloths and go from here
Cinderella: (Cinderella picks the cloths and walks out)
Stepbrother: Cinderella where is my breakfast!
Cinderella: I am coming (Cinderella run into her stepbrother’s room)
Stepbrother: hurry up!
Cinderella: here, here is your breakfast
Stepbrother: pick up the laundry and get out
Cinderella: Ok (Cinderella walks out)

Freeze

Scene 2
Cinderella: (while Cinderella was cleaning

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