Cinderella’s Prince knows exactly what he wants and will stop at nothing to get it. He has led a very sheltered life and is confused when things don’t come easily to him. He is very beautiful and very charming, although also arrogant and entitled. He seems to be quite clever, which is evidenced, Cinderella points out, by his plan to spread pitch all over the steps of the palace in order to catch the runaway Cinderella. Once he gets what he wants, he is easily bored. In Act Two, after he and Cinderella have been married, he has a moment of infidelity in the woods with the Baker’s Wife. When Cinderella confronts him about it, he says “I was raised to be charming, not sincere”. Often played by the same actor who plays the Wolf.
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