Gray Girl

In: Business and Management

Submitted By kevinming9900
Words 1485
Pages 6
主要人物:灰姑娘、王子、魔法师(螺丝)、随从(来福)、后母、大姐、二姐

配角:国王、皇后、年轻的妇人、中年的小姐、少女(还有几个没台词的)

(《忧愁进行曲》响起)
旁白:在这个繁华的小镇上,住着一个心地善良的女孩子,人们每天都会看到一个娇小的身影在市场中徘徊,这个女孩身上穿着灰溜溜的破旧衣,所以大家都叫她“灰姑娘”,她本来有一个很幸福美满的家庭,有严谨的父亲、慈祥的母亲,可惜,她的妈妈不小心死掉了,于是她的爸爸给她找了个新妈妈;本以为恶梦已经结束了,没想到,后来她的父亲死掉了,后母也一改原来和蔼的面目,变得势利、小心眼,把灰姑娘当佣人,还纵容她那两个娇惯的女儿欺负她、使唤她。(音乐停)
场景装换1—— 大姐:灰姑娘,过来扫扫这里,脏死了。
灰姑娘:是。(拿了扫把,很卖力地往大姐脚下扫去)
大姐(躲闪):哎呀呀,把我的鞋弄的比你的脸还脏。去去去,走开,不用你扫了!(一脸藐视)
灰姑娘:哦(走掉)
【二姐顺手拉着灰姑娘(《命运交响曲》响起)两人凝望着对方的眼睛(音乐停)】 二姐:哎,正巧,今早我要你帮我洗的那一件衣服呢?现在拿来!我要穿!(把手伸向灰姑娘)
灰姑娘:我洗得“狠”干净了。
二姐:嗯,我看看。。。(看见衣服的破洞)啊!灰姑娘,你给我站住,死丫头。(灰姑娘跑掉)
旁白:这一天,后母兴奋的声音传进了正在忙乎着扫地灰姑娘的耳里!咳咳~~(大姐在梳着头发,二姐在看书)
场景转换2—— 后母:(兴奋)你们俩快来看。(手上拿着一张纸)
大姐:MUM,What’s this?
后母:什么蛙死弟死?你弟没死。
二姐:不是啦,姐姐是问你这是什么?
后母:哦,原来是鸡肠,有文化!幸好让你去读书。
大姐:What’s this?
后母:这是王国舞会的邀请函啊!
二姐:哦,是吗。。。(继续看书)
大姐:(手中的东西掉地)What?Let me see!(把邀请函抢去)。。。什么啊,我还以为是真的呢,别开玩笑了,OK?!
后母:我的样子像是在开玩笑吗。
大姐:就一张打印纸,还邀请函哩。
后母:这是我打印下来的,你不信可以上网看啊。
二姐:你怎么知道这个讯息?(依然看着书)
后母:我刚刚上网的时候,在E猫上看见的。
大姐:NO,NO,不是E猫,是E-mail~
后母:差不多啦,总之你们都要参加这个舞会,知道吗。
大姐:sure 啦。
二姐:好。(还是看着书)
后母:嗯,那我去订衣服。(后母离开)
大姐:你也想当王亲国戚啊,不会吧。
二姐:嗯,听说王宫里有很多书。
大姐:(小声)真是书呆子(抢过二姐手上的书),在看什么书啊?《鱿鱼全攻略》?什么东西?(大姐把书扔掉,走了)
二姐:没水平。(把书捡起来)
旁白:灰姑娘对王国舞会这个词非常感兴趣,于是她打定主意要到王国舞会上去见识一下,但问题是:她没有漂亮的衣服可以穿,那怎么去舞会呢?灰姑娘只能沮丧的来到院子里的大树面前。。。
场景转换3—— (《花样年华》响起)
灰姑娘(望着大树):大树伯伯,我真的很想到皇宫去玩一下也。(音乐停)
魔法师:没点出息,你应该说想到皇宫去参加舞会,想和王子跳舞。
灰姑娘(大吃一惊):哇塞,大树伯伯会说话也,而且~而且还是女孩子的声音……噫?女孩子?
魔法师:小姐,拜托,我不是你的大树伯伯好不好。(边说边走近灰姑娘)
灰姑娘:原来是你在讲话啊,我还正怀疑为什么大树伯伯变性了呢。
魔法师:(小声)白痴!我问你,你真的想去参加舞会吗?
灰姑娘:当然想了,我都没有去过呢。
魔法师:嗯,其实,我是一个魔法师,我能让你到王国去参加舞会。
灰姑娘:真的吗,你能帮助我?
魔法师:那当然,不过你得帮我做一件事。
灰姑娘:什么事?
魔法师:(从旁边的桌子里拿出一个盒子)帮我把这鞋子还给王子。
灰姑娘:(望着魔法师)桌子里什么时候有双鞋子?是变出来的吗?是什么鞋子啊?是水晶鞋吗?还是黄金鞋?能不能。。。
魔法师:(打断灰姑娘的长篇大论)stop!只准问一个问题。
灰姑娘:(沉思状态)。。。
魔法师:(皱眉)你到底要不要问啊。
灰姑娘:要,我问啰。。。(魔法师点头)你能不能把一只鞋子给我啊?
魔法师:你想要鞋子?(灰姑娘使劲点头)。。。可以,反正有把鞋子还给他就行了。
灰姑娘:真的吗?谢谢。(打开盒子)啊?为什么,会是布鞋啊?(把头转向后台)导演~是不是搞错了?…...

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