The Pi Eta Society will present this year for its annual play a musical comedy in two acts entitled "The High Flier." The book and lyrics are by H. B. Sheahan '09 and A. S. Olmsted '09, and the music by A. C. Tilten '10. F. W. Taft '07 will act as coach.
In addition to the dress rehearsal on April 14, performances will be given in Cambridge, Boston, Lowell, Haverhill, and Quincy.
The plot is built upon a Montana senator's search for a daughter, who was kidnapped by two Italian musicians many years before the time of the action. The scene of the first act is laid in the court-yard of an Italian count's castle. The castle is being cared for by the two Italians, with whom the kidnapped girl is living. The senator and his family visit Italy, where, after various complications, the senator recognizes his daughter by means of a locket which she is wearing.