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Cielo bajo. Federico Garcia Lorca. Eran Segal and Eran Elinav. Anamar Orihuela. Alvaro Gordoa. Bernardo Stamateas. Mike Michalowicz. The fairy godmother touched the pumpkin with her magic wand and it turned into a golden carriage. De nuevo, hizo un movimiento con su varita y los ratones se convirtieron en seis hermosos caballos para jalar de la carroza. She waved her wand again, and the mice turned into six beautiful horses to pull the carriage. Again, she made a movement with her wand , and the mice turned into six beautiful horses to pull the carriage.
De nuevo hizo un movimiento con la varita y las prendas sucias de Cenicienta se convirtieron en un vestido plateado espectacular. Y dos bellos zapatos de cristal aparecieron en los pies de Cenicienta. She waved her wand again, and Cinderella's dirty clothes turned into a spectacular silver dress. And two beautiful glass shoes appeared on Cinderella's feet.
Again she made a movement with her wand , and Cinderella's dirty clothes turned into a spectacular silver dress. When the clock strikes twelve, your dress will turn back into rags, and your carriage will turn back into a pumpkin. Have fun! When the clock marks twelve, your dress will turn into rags again , and your carriage will turn into a pumpkin again. And with another flash of light, the fairy godmother disappeared.
All of the ladies were wearing beautiful dresses, but none of the ladies were interesting. None of them understood his jokes.
The prince had just finished dancing with one of Cinderella's stepsisters when the room suddenly became silent. Everybody turned to look as the most beautiful girl walked through the door. The prince had just finished dancing with one of Cinderella's stepsisters when the room suddenly remained silent.
Su vestido era plateado. Sus zapatos brillaban, como si estuvieran hechos de cristal. She had long red hair and kind green eyes. Her dress was silver. Her shoes sparkled, like they were made of glass. It was Cinderella, but nobody recognised her. Not even her stepmother and stepsisters! Ellos bailaron juntos toda la noche.
The prince's mouth dropped open. He had never seen a woman as beautiful as Cinderella. He asked her to dance. They danced together all evening. The prince thought Cinderella was beautiful, but also kind, clever and funny. She laughed at his jokes, and he laughed at hers. The prince's mouth stayed open. He asked her to dance with him. Cenicienta estaba pasando momentos tan maravillosos que no se dio cuenta de que era tan tarde. Dong… dong… dong….
Cinderella was having such a wonderful time that she didn't notice that it was so late. The clock began to chime midnight.
The clock began to give the midnight chimes. I have to leave! I don't even know your name! But Cinderella was already gone.
Cinderella fled from the palace so fast that she lost one of her glass shoes on the stairs. Cinderella's beautiful dress turned back into rags, and her golden carriage turned back into a pumpkin. Just then, she saw the prince running towards her, holding the glass shoe she had dropped. She did not want him to see her dressed in her dirty old rags. She felt ashamed, but there was nowhere to hide!
Just in that moment , she saw the prince running towards her, holding the glass shoe that had fallen. She felt ashamed, but there was not any place where to hide! This is her shoe! I must find her! Cenicienta anduvo todo el camino a casa. Cinderella shook her head. The prince ran off to continue his search.
Cinderella walked all the way home. Cinderella denied with the head.
El amor, las mujeres y la vida / Love, Women and Life
Pasaron tres semanas. Three weeks passed. The prince couldn't sleep. He could not stop thinking about the beautiful girl at the ball. He waited for her to return to the palace, but she did not return. He waited for her to send a letter, but no letters came. Finally, in desperation, he gave the glass shoe to a trusted messenger and ordered him to visit every house in the kingdom. En toda casa, las mujeres afirmaban que el zapato de cristal era suyo. The messenger visited hundreds of houses.
At every house, women claimed the glass shoe was theirs. But when they tried on the shoe, their feet were too big, or too wide, or too small. Finally, the messenger arrived at Cinderella's house. Of course! Come in! That's my shoe! It's not your shoe, it's my shoe! Pero su pie era demasiado grande. It's MY shoe! But her foot was too long. But the messenger was not so easily fooled. But the messenger did not let himself be deceived so easily. No era demasiado ancho.