Juliet Wilbor Tompkins Comedy 4 m, 11 f Int A girl from Millertown, USA, married an Italian prince and became a legend in the village. The scene opens 18 years later with the village in excitement because the princess, widowed now, is coming back. The truth is that the prince had gone through all Ellen's money and she is a shy, lovable soul who has been keeping boarders in her palace while she saved enough to visit the old home, for which she has always been homesick, and to see again the gifted boy who was her first love. She comes in unrecognized on the preparations for a dazzling creature of fashion, is mistaken for the seamstress, and feels so acutely what a blow her simplicity will be, that she does not undeceive them. The trouble she gets into, sitting there sewing for her own welcome, makes a humorous and pathetic situation. She is even sent away under a cloud; but in the end contrives to come back in a blaze of borrowed glory and to give everybody his hour of romance. Recommended highly to high schools and churches. FEE: $75.00 per performance.