It was not performed at Hollywood Arts because it was "too weird and disturbing" according to teachers, and was thus disallowed. However, a woman named Mrs. Lee, the owner of a Chinese restaurant called Wok Star, overheard that Tori wanted to help Jade produce the play by paying to run it at a nice theater. In Mrs. Lee's version, the play is a musical, and her daughter Daisy, playing an angel, tries to encourage the girl to "Fly up out of the well." Everyone devises a plan to for the play to perform how it was originally made. The play ends (In Jade's version) with the girl dying, then regaining consciousness, saying, "Dad...?" after her father kisses her forehead.
- Ariel/Girl in Well - Cat Valentine
- Angel - Daisy Lee (Mrs. Lee's version)
- Father - Unknown actor (Justin Prentice)
- Paramedics - Unknown actors
It is unknown if anyone played the grandmother in the performance although she was mentioned by Cat's character in the play.
- Jade West: Director and Writer
- Tori Vega: Assistant
- Mrs. Lee: Producer
- Sinjin Van Cleef: Set Designer
This list only applies to opening night
On opening night, Daisy's role was not featured.