A princess is to be wed to the first suitor who can answer a very easy question — she's no looker, you see. Princess takes the practical route and disguises her lovely but dimwitted maid to take her place for the next assignation, and the servant is pleasantly surprised to meet a handsome prince who is her intellectual equal. Oh, but he's no prince. He's the real prince's servant in disguise, because the prince has self-esteem problems of his own. Is anybody in this play smart enough or comely enough to get married? Maybe the king —... More >>>