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In a modern fairy tale set in the expansive kingdom of a Mega Price Mart, a young girl left at the big-box store grows up under the cheery direction of the helpful staff.

Her coming-of-age journey — to the lost-and-found department on the distant western edge of the store — runs afoul of gentle horrors.

The show’s teen cast does well; proof of MTYP’s valuable programs.

Their choreography and co-ordination in large group scenes is impressive — and something not seen too often at the minimalist-favouring fringe.

It’s a charming, sweet piece aimed at family and friends, but anyone who comes to the store will have a good time cheering on Pryce.

— Matt TenBruggencate

From the Fringe program:

Unusual things don't usually happen in a Price Mart, but at this Mega Price Mart, a mega unusual thing happened once. Alice in Wonderland meets free samples and low, low prices.

A comic and contemporary retail fairytale.

This modern myth is about growing up, self-reliance and big, big savings. Featuring the talented performers of MTYP's Summer Studio Teen Company under the direction of Theresa Thomson. Welcome to Price Mart.

We can help you find ANYTHING.

Director: Theresa Thomson

Recommended For: General Audience

Length: 75 mins.

Tickets: $10

Discount Tickets: $7 for Matinees

Under 7 not admitted.

Warnings: None

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