- The egocentric and eccentric heroine of this play by the author of Rose is principal of a teachers' college in England.
- She fights with every fiber of her being against mediocrity in public education and in the world in general.
- Her world is falling apart: the Directors plan to merge the school with the local Polytechnic, giving her a faculty chair but no authority.
- Prin is also on shaky grounds with her lover, a shy, quiet woman who wants to marry the science teacher.
- While Prin lords it over one and all, one and all are making plans to be free from her. Prin emerges as a character whose noble ideals are doomed by her arrogant insensitivity.
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