Disney Monologue Cinderella: “Cinderella”

short Disney monologue for a female actor:

Character: Cinderella: “Cinderella” (1950)


Have faith in your dreams, and someday, your rainbow will come smiling through. That’s what my mother used to tell me. She was right. My dreams did come true. But not without a lot of hard work, a lot of patience, and a lot of courage.

I was just a girl, a girl who had lost everything she had ever known, everything she had ever loved. But I didn’t give up. I kept on dreaming, and hoping, and praying. And then, one day, a miracle happened. A fairy godmother appeared, and gave me the chance to go to the ball, to meet the prince, to change my fate.

But it wasn’t easy. I had to face my stepmother, my stepsisters, my own doubts and fears. I had to believe in myself, in my dreams, in my heart. And I did. I danced with the prince, I fell in love, I lost my glass slipper. And then, I found it again, with the help of my friends, my animal friends.

Now, I am a princess, a wife, a mother. But what’s more important than any of that is the fact that I am me. I am Cinderella, and I am proud of who I am.