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into the woods cinderella lines
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Cinderella's Mother: What, child? Specify. Opportunity is not a lengthy visitor and good fortune, though bad, can befall when least expected
Cinderella: I wish
Bakers Wife: Are you alright miss?
Cinderella: Yes I just need to catch my breath
Baker's Wife: What a beautiful gown you are wearing. Were you at the king's festival?
Baker's Wife: I've never lied to royalty before. I've never anything to royalty before.
Cinderella: Thank you
Baker's Wife: If a prince were looking for me, I certainly wouldn't hide.
Cinderella: What brings you here- and with a cow?
Baker's Wife: Oh, my husband's somewhere in the woods. (proud) He is undoing a spell.
Baker's Wife: Are you to return to the festival tomorrow eve?
Baker's Wife: Perhaps? Oh, to be pursued by a Prince. All that pursues me is tomorrow's bread. What I wouldn't give to be in your shoes
Cinderella: Will you look over there. An enormous vine growing next to that little cottage.
Baker's Wife: (looking down at Cinderella's feet) ...I mean slippers.
Cinderella: It looks like a giant beanstalk rising up into the sky.
Baker's Wife: As pure as gold?
Cinderella: I must get home.
Baker's Wife: Excuse me for this.
(SHE yanks hair three times. RAPUNZEL screams more loudly with each pull. On the third yank, the hair falls into the BAKER'S WIFE's hands;
CINDERELLA enters as if pursued; SHE falls at the feet of the BAKER'S WIFE, losing one slipper)
You do take plenty of spills, don't you?
(BAKER'S WIFE picks up the slipper)
Cinderella: Hello. Yes, it's these slippers, they're not suited for these surroundings. Actually, they're not much suited for dancing either.
Baker's Wife: I'd say those slippers were as pure as gold.
Cinderella: Yes they are all you could wish for in beauty.
Baker's Wife: What I wouldn't give for just one
Cinderella: One is not likely to do you much good.
Baker's Wife: He must have really taken a liking to you.
Cinderella: I have no experience with princes and castles and gowns.
Cinderella's Prince: Yes. There she is. Move. Move. Move.
Cinderella: I must run!
Baker's Wife: And I must have your shoe!
Cinderella: Stop that!
Baker's Wife: I need it to have a baby!
Cinderella: And I need it to get out of here!
After On the Steps of The Palace
Cinderella: Don't come any closer to me!
Baker's Wife: Please just hear me out.
Cinderella: We have nothing to discuss, you have attacked me once before.
Baker's Wife: I did not attack you! I attacked your shoe. I need it.
(CINDERELLA begins to run away. BAKER'S WIFE reaches into her pocket)
Here. Here is a magic bean in exchange for it.
Cinderella: A magic bean? Nonsense.
Baker's Wife: Don't do that!
Cinderella: I've already given up one shoe this evening, my feet cannot bear to give up another.
Baker's Wife: I need that shoe to have a child
Cinderella: That makes no sense
Baker's Wife: I see your prince has found you
Baker: Princess, I've come to report the appearance of a Giant in the land.
Cinderella: Where did you see a Giant?
Steward: That could have been caused by any number of things. I will show you to the door.
Baker: A nearby household was visited by a Giant not long ago... descending from a beanstalk-
Cinderella: Yes, I remember.
Steward: Are we entirely through now
Cinderella: I will take this news up with the prince when he returns. Thank you.
Red: So I salvaged what I coud and now I'm off.
Cinderella: Oh good friends, what new have you? What of Mother's grave? What kind of trouble? Oh no, I can't investigate. A princess is not supposed to go into the woods unescorted. Good idea! I'll disguise myself and go to see what's wrong. Thank you birds.
Baker: Jack! Jack! 81...82...83... What's wrong ma'am may I be of some service?
Cinderella: The tree has fallen, my mother's grave destroyed.
Baker: Oh, I'm sorry
Cinderella: My wishes have just been crushed.
Baker: Don't say that.
Cinderella: It's true. You wouldn't understand
Baker: well you can't stay here. There's a Giant on the loose.
Cinderella: I'm certain that the Prince will see to it that the Giant is rid from our land.
Baker: There's been no sign of the prince, no doubt he's off seducing some young maiden.
Baker: I understand that's what princes do.
Cinderella: Not all princes!
Baker: you look just like the Princess - but dirty. You are the Princess
Cinderella: Please get up. Get up! I'm not a Princess here.
Baker: What are you to do?
Cinderella: I must be on my way back to the castle.
Baker: You haven't heard? We came upon the royal family. The castle has been set upon by the Giant.
Cinderella: And the Prince?
Red: She said she would only go a hundred paces.
Cinderella: I'm sure she'll return
Jack: you're hurting me!
Cinderella: Let go of him!
Witch: He was sobbing over her like she was his own mother
Cinderella: How awful.
Witch: Wake up! people are dying all around you. You're not the only one to suffer a loss. When you're dead, you're dead. Now it's time to get this boy to the Giant before were all so much dead meat.
Cinderella: Keep away from him.
Red: Maybe I shouldn't have strayed from the path...
Cinderella: Maybe I shouldn't have attended the ball...
Baker: You don't understand. My wife was the one who really helped. I depended on her for everything
Cinderella: You would leave your child?
Baker: My child will be happier in the arms of a Princess...
Cinderella: But wait... All right... all right. Come on, Jack!
Baker: No more
Cinderella: I knew you wouldn't give up.
Baker: Give me my son. He always cry when I -
Cinderella: Now what are we to do?
Red: She's too tall to surprise.
Cinderella: Oh good friends. I need your help now more than ever. What of the prince? I don't care! What's important now is that we find a way to fell the Giant. How can you help? You could do that? How can I ever thank you?
Red: you can talk to birds?
Cinderella: The birds will help.
Cinderella: When the Giant returns, they'll attack her and peck out her eyes till she's blind.
Baker: What good will that do?
Cinderella: Then you can surprise her, or strike her, or whatever you do to kill a Giant.
Red: And she'll crush us all
Cinderella: Smear the ground with pitch. We'll lure her to an area smeared with pitch. Her shoes will stick, and she won't be able to move.
Baker: All right. All right. We have to try something. Quick it will be dark soon.
Baker: Come on.
Cinderella: Oh, no. Now, now. Don't cry, little one. I know. You want your mother
Cinderella's Prince: Hello
Cinderella: Te giant went in that direction.
Cinderella's Prince: My darling. I did not recognize you. What are you doing in those old clothes? And with a child? You must go back to the castle at once. There's a giant on the loose.
Cinderella: The Giant has been to the castle.
Cinderella's Prince: No! Are you all right? My love, why are you being so cold?
Cinderella: Maybe because I'm not your only love. Am I?
Cinderella's Prince: I love you. I do. But yes, it's true.
Cinderella: Why, if you love me, would you have strayed?
Cinderella's Prince: I thought if you were mine, that I would never wish for more. And part of me is content and as happy as I've ever been. But there remains a part of me that continually needs needs more.
Cinderella: I have, on occasion, wanted more. But that doesn't mean I went in search of it. If this is how you behave as a Prince, what kind of king will you be?
Cinderella's Prince: I was raised to be charming, not sincere. I didn't ask to be born a King, and I am not perfect. I am only human.
Cinderella: I think you should go.
Cinderella's Prince: Leave? but I do love you.
Cinderella: Consider that I have been lost, a victim of the giant.
Cinderella's Prince: Is that what you really wish?
Cinderella: My father's house was a nightmare, your's was a dream. Now I want something in between. Please go.
Cinderella's Prince: I shall always love the maiden who ran away.
Cinderella: And I the faraway prince.
Red: They're almost finished. You see over there between those 2 towers? When the giant comes, we are to send her over there.
Red: I wanted to climb the tower too.
Cinderella: I'm glad you're here to help me.
Red: My granny's gone
Cinderella: Og, no I'm so sorry.
Red: I think my granny and my mother would be upset with me.
Red: They said to always make them proud. And here I am about to kill somebody.
Cinderella: Not somebody, A giant who has been doing harm
Red: Here she comes
Cinderella: Remember, don't let her know our plan.
Red: we don't know
Cinderella: Yes we do, we can't go on hiding him any longer, he must pay the price for his wrongs.
Red: Over there.
Cinderella: See that tower where the birds are clustered? Jack is in that tower hiding
Giant: Thank you, Now justice will be served and I shall leave your kingdom
Cinderella: Goof Birds!
Red: She doesn't look happy
Red: The club is stuck in her head
Cinderella: But they've done it, she's swaying
Red: She's bleeding all over.
Cinderella: She's beginning to fall.
Baker: You'll not return to the castle?
Cinderella: I'll gladly help you with your house. There are times when I actually enjoy cleaning. How proud your wife would have been of you.
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