Purchase Cinderella
A Musical Fairy Tale Script for Children

by Charles Robertson
Music and Lyrics by
Michael K Myers


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Performed across Ontario to thousands of people.

Cinderella is the rags to riches story of a young girl kept in servitude by her mean step mother and step sisters. Cinderella is also kept in servitude by her promise to her dying father to look after her step mother and step sisters until she is married. The chances of getting married seem to grow dimmer by the day. Dressed in rags and forced to sleep on the floor by the fireplace, Cinderella does not give in to anger or depair. She is kind and graceful and dreams of another life, a happier life. Her only friend is a mouse whom she names Hubert.

Meanwhile at the palace, Prince Charming is having problems of his own. He goes to see Doctor Doc, the family physician about being a nerd. The prince is a dreamer, reading books about life instead of living it. The Doctor suggests that the cure would be that the prince should fall in love.


The Prince decides he will throw a palace ball in hopes of meeting the girl of his dreams. Cinderella's Step mother and step sisters are excited that evryone in the kingdom will be invited to the ball. When Cinderella asks about going her step mother says that everyone is invited but her. After her stepmother and step sisters dress up in gawdy costumes and head off to the ball, Cinderella cries herself to sleep.

As she sleeps, Cinderella's fairy godmother sneaks in and wakes her. Cinderella learns that her fairy godmother has been watching over her, her whole life. Her fairy godmother uses magic to change a pumpkin into a fancy coach, Hunbert the mouse into a talking horse, Ed the rat into a coach man and her rags into a beautiful ball gown. As the final touch, she turns an old pair of shoes into glass slippers. She is ready to go to the palace ball. But there is a catch. The magic will only hold til midnight, when everything will go back to the way it was before.

Meanwhile at the dance, a lounge singer is singing a bad lounge-lizard song before breaking out into a big rock n roll number. The step sisters frighten the prince by man handling him on the dance floor. When Cinderella enters the palace, the prince collapses on the floor in front of her. He realizes he has fallen in love.

Great songs like Scrub Scrub Scrub from the step sisters, The Prince's Rap and This is your Night from the fairy godmother. Cinderella herself has a sweet ballad; Everyone will be my friend.

Music from Puss in Boots

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A wonderful hour of live theatre for the whole family.

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Royalty Agreement

1.1 The Author (Charles Robertson) is sole owner and Author of the play of which is wholly original with the Author and has not been otherwise copied in whole part from any other work; the play and use of the play as herein contemplated do not violate, conflict with, or infringe upon any intellectual property rights of any person, firm, organization, corporation, or any other entity.

1.2 The Author (Charles Robertson)has sole and exclusive rights to enter this Agreement and has the rights authority to grant the rights granted by Author herein

2.1 The Author (Charles Robertson)hereby grants to the Producer the right to produce and present the play

3.1 In consideration for the right to produce the play, the Producer agrees to pay the Publisher (Bottle Tree Productions) $75.00 per performance. Upon payment the contract shall be considered signed.

3.2 The Producer shall not have the right to produce any additional performances of the play unless paid for.

4.1 The Producer, recognizing that the play is the exclusive creation of the Author (Charles Robertson), agrees that it will not make or permit to be made any additions, omissions and/or alterations of the play, including dialogue, and stage directions without prior written consent of the Author. Any violation of this paragraph will be sufficient cause for Author to immediately terminate all rights of the Producer hereunder.

4.2 The Producer acknowledges it is the Producers responsibility to obtain the the rights to any music mentioned in the text of the play. The granting of the rights to produce the play does not include the rights to the music mentioned in the stage directions of the play.

5.1 The Author (Charles Robertson) shall receive billing credit in all programs, posters, flyers, advertising and publicity of the play under the control of the Producer. The Author shall be accorded billing with the respect to the play on a line by itself, immediately following the title of the play. Said billing shall be in a type size no less than 50% of the size of the title. No other person receiving billing shall receive larger type than Author.

5.2 The Publisher (Bottle Tree Productions) will be sent a copy of all promotional materials as part of the agreed to contract. Any digital recording of the play must be granted by the Publisher before any performances. The Publisher upon permission will be sent a copy of the video-

6.1 All rights in the play not expressly granted by the Producer in this agreement are reserved to the Author (Charles Robertson) for the Author’s uncontrolled disposition and use.

6.2 The Producer acknowledges and agrees that any copyright of the play, including any extensions or renewals thereof throughout the world, shall be exclusively in the name of the Author. (Charles Robertson)

7.1 The Producer shall email info (at) bottletreeinc (dot)com with the show dates, times and location.

8.1 The Producer shall pay for scripts and performance rights before the first rehearsal. (amount/($75 per performance plus hst) no later than date of first rehearsal.



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