even though she isn't in the picture

A Picture With A Princess

A/N: Literally enter everyone. Also I wanted to do a very very well known play so I chose Cinderella.

Request: Can you so a one shot where the reader does theatre and she’s in a play but she doesn’t invite the boys because she thinks they’re too busy to come to the performance, but they find out and bring everyone on closing night (cas, Kevin, Charlie, etc, you decide!). Thank you!

Originally posted by cinderellapastmidnight

You were, how could you put it? You weren’t really a hunter, I mean sure you went on hunts and killed monsters and took out a demons and knew angels and the Winchester’s…okay so maybe you were a hunter but you weren’t an avid hunter. Like Sam you had taken the path of school instead of being just a hunter, heading to the local community college for your first few years. 

There was no major you really started down the track of, you just took the regular classes you had to get out of the way so you could still hunt part-time. What you didn’t expect was to find solace in the theatre department, though it didn’t shock you. A big part of hunting seemed to be acting and you couldn’t deny that you loved it.

However getting lead role in Cinderella was something you really didn’t expect. Hunting was put off while your time was taken up by rehearsal and learning to dance properly for the role. None of it really sunk in until you first tried on the dress and then it all hit suddenly.

And there was no way you would tell anyone.

As much as you knew that your pseudo family would support you, you didn’t want any teasing light hearted or not. So you determined that not telling any of them about your role was the best idea and that was going smoothly…

Until your final show.

The audience was completely dark while you were up on stage, but you had heard before hand that the show had sold out. To be fair it wasn’t a huge auditorium but it was uncommon to have the show sell out on the last day for your school. Having the show sell out on the last day made you want to put on the best performance you had so far.

“Alright guys,” you said, calling the entire cast over as you stepped back from the mirror where you had been checking your makeup, “The show is sold out, which has never happened for a last show on this campus before. Whether there are little kids out there looking up to us or a bunch off assholes ready to make fun, lets give this our all. Yeah?”

You all gathered in for a group hug before heading to your positions for the first scene. Backstage felt darker than it had before, butterflies filling your stomach. You gripped Katrina’s hand, the girl who played one of your step sisters, out of reflex. A smile that looked just as nervous and prepared as you felt sat on her face. 

“…we are proud to present Cinderella.”

The show went off without a hitch and before you knew it it was over. You walked out on stage last as everyone lined up to bow, barely looking at the audience until you stood up, your mouth dropping open. Half the seats were filled with little kids and their parents and friends, but the other half made you stiffen and nearly falter in your smile.

Angels, hunters, and even Crowley and a few of his cronies were sitting in the audience. Right in the middle of the whole mess was of other beings was your little family. Sam was standing and clapping, Castiel copying beside him. Dean was on Sam’s other side, whistling and screaming up a storm like you had just won a wrestling match. Most of the audience beside them was angel filler probably from Castiel but you spotted Charlie, Kevin, Bobby, and even Balthazar and Gabriel. 

“(Y/N)! (Y/N)! (Y/N)!” Dean started to cheer and soon everyone was cheering with him. One by one the cast walked off stage, people chattering about the play and audience as they headed for the common area out front for pictures. 

As expected you were flocked by little kids the second the doors opened. Seventy or so pictures later and multiple hugs from little kids left you staring at the faces of your family. Charlie was the first to make any move, hugging you tightly.

“You’re Cinderella,” she laughed, looking down at your outfit as if she had never seen you in a dress before. Before you could respond you were passed over to Sam who was spinning you around, causing you to laugh.

“Why didn’t you tell us you were in a play?” Bobby asked, pulling you into a hug after Sam put you down.

“It’s not everyday one of us is in a play and I didn’t want to seem like any less of…y’know,” you said, skirting around the word hunter as your other actors were still hanging around getting pictures taken.

Next you expected for Cas to hug you or maybe Dean, but instead Gabriel pushed others out of the way and handed a camera to Sam, a smile spread across his face.

“You know, I always wanted a kiss from Cinderella,” he said. You rolled your eyes and placed a kiss on Gabriel’s cheek, the picture being taken by Sam and camera tossed back to Gabriel.

“Guys, I would love to hug all of you but I really need to go change. How about we get burger or pizza when I get back and I can hug you all then?” You asked with a laugh. You headed backstage again to change, a bright blush on your face. You should have expected that you couldn’t keep this from your family, it was their job to know everything.