The Perfect Princess is a 25 minute, one-act play, which can be performed by either adults or children.
The prince is being urged to marry by his parents. Seven princesses are invited to a party so that he can choose one of them. Each princess has a specific character. The prince finds that there is something wrong with all of them – one is too quiet, one is too talkative, one is too fussy, one is too laid-back. Finally, he tells his friend, Gerald, that he couldn’t stand any one of them for more than a day. That is the answer! Seven princesses, seven days of the week – he will spend one day per week with each of them. Everyone is happy (fantasy, of course!).