Cupid and Psyche Play Script

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Cupid and Psyche Script
1. EXT. CENTER STAGE. SPOTLIGHT (Psyche).
Psyche is sitting on a chair (alone and lonely)

PSYCHE

Is this gift a curse? I never wished for this beauty!

My only desire is to love and to be loved… (Sigh)

(Spotlight expanding) People visits her to give gifts and praise

Man # 1

O Great Beauty… Accept this humble present from us, your faithful servants

(Psyche refuses the gift)

PSYCHE

I cannot accept this gift because i do not deserve to be worshipped

I am not a goddess! (Higher tone)

Man # 2

But … your splendour cannot be compared with what Venus has

2. EXT. UPPER LEFT SIDE. SPOTLIGHT (Venus).

Venus walking back and forth (worried and mad)

Venus (SARCASTIC but Calm)

I? The goddess of love and BEAUTY? Cannot be compared to a mere mortal like her?

I am insulted… VERY Insulted!!!

(Sits on her throne)

Venus

Very well… She leaves me with no other choice…

I’m still the goddess of love and beauty after all… (Chuckle)

EXT. UPPER RIGHT STAGE. Spotlight.
(Cupid playing with his arrows)

Venus (sweet and persuading tone)

Cupid, my beloved son, an act of your kindness is what I needed now…

(Cupid bows down)

Cupid

I am grateful that you have come to me…

(Cupid stands up)

VENUS (cheerful and devious)

I need you to use your power… The power to make anyone…

Fall in love with any person…

CUPID

Well… I can do that…

VENUS

But this time is different… You need to make her fall in love with most despicable

Creature in the entire universe…

CUPID

There’s no problem in that… so where is this lady you are talking about…

(Venus pointed at Psyche [make yourself pretty]) (2 spotlights)

VENUS

She is Psyche… Then, I’ll leave it all up to you

Venus fled away. Cupid is speechless and has fallen into his knees.

4. INT.…...

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