English Sketch (Cinderella)

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ULBS 2013
CINDERELLA
CAST :
NARRATOR : SOFEA MARDIANA
CINDERELLA : AINUL SUHANA
STEPMOTHER : NUR KHALEEDA NADZIRAH
STEPSISTER : KALAIMANI
PRINCE : NURUL NADHIRA
WHITE ANGEL : DALILA REZAL
KING : DALILA REZAL
GUARDSMAN : SOFEA MARDIANA

Once upon a time in a faraway castle, lived a beautiful little girl named Cinderella and her widowed father, Fernando. Cinderella’s mother passed away since Cinderella was born. Slowly, her father became so lonely and he decided to get married again. Few months later, Fernando married with a widow who has daughter. They looked like a very happy family. But some years later, Fernando passed away in a accident. Now, Cinderella alone and she had to live with her stepmother and stepsister.
Scene 1
At Fernando’s funeral, Cinderella is crying…..
Cinderella : Dad, why do you leave me so early? I can’t live without you. God…. Please return my dad!!
Stepsister : Our father was gone. We must pleased with his death. Hope he will get a nice place in heaven.
Stepmother : Hey Cinderella! Why don’t you just die together with your father? You such a burdensome!
Scene 2
After her father death, they always torturing Cinderella to do all of housework all the time from the dawn until the midnight.
Stepmother : Hey silly-derella! Have you wash the dishes and do the laundry?
Cinderella : Yes, mom….
Stepmother : Mom mom mom…..!!! I am not your mom because my only child is Gabriella!
Stepsister : You are only a housemaid now! Hahaha!
Cinderella : But…..
Stepmother : Shut up! I don’t want to listen any single word from your mouth!
Stepsister : And don’t forget to clean the toilet! Do you get me?
Stepmother : I think we must go to market now, Gabie. You! Clean this before we come back.
Stepsister : If the house is still dirty, we won’t give you dinner, understand?
Cinderella : Yes, I will carry out all the orders.

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