CINDERELLA CINDERELLA AND FAIRY GODMOTHER CINDERELLA: Who are you? GODMOTHER: Who am I? I am your fairy godmother, Cinderella. CINDERELLA: My fairy godmother? GODMOTHER: Why, yes, Cinderella. Your fairy godmother. I’ve listened to your dreams and I have come to help you. CINDERELLA: Are you really my fairy godmother. GODMOTHER: Well, you needn’t look so surprised. If you can believe in dreams, you certainly can believe in me. CINDERELLA: Oh, but my dreams will never come true. GODMOTHER: Now that not quite true, is it, Cinderella? Once upon a time, they always came true. Think back, back to the happy times. (CINDERELLA looks back at the place where she and her father danced) CINDERELLA: With daddy. GODMOTHER: That's it, what are you and daddy doing? CINDERELLA: Dancing. GODMOTHER: I should have guessed. CINDERELLA: I'm on his feet, dancing, dancing. GODMOTHER: Now that's magic. GODMOTHER: Now, we've transformed the inside we'll just have to do the outside. [She pulls out her glasses and a book out of her pocket. Placing the glasses on her face, she flips through her spell book] Now then, Cinderella, let me see. Yes, here it is. Run get me the mouse-trap. Well, we need mice. Now hurry run and get them. Somewhere in this house, there are six mice dreaming about becoming prancing, big, black, strong and handsome -- uh -- horses. [CINDERELLA starts to leaves to search for the mice] Wait! Almost forgot. We need a pumpkin. One extra large pumpkin. [She checks her list as CINDERELLA leaves to fetch the items)
GODMOTHER: Six mice, one pumpkin. Now what else do we need? One teaspoon of salt and a dash of cinnamon, two ounces of sweet chocolate…. Oh, dear, no! That’s my recipe for Magic Cake. A spoonful of sugar to help the medicine go down… no, wrong fairytale. Here we are! Ah-ha! We need one last ingredient: lots of good, strong, fresh wishes.