Winner of the 2018 Pulitzer Prize for Drama and a 2023 Tony nominee for Best Play, Cost of Living interweaves the stories of four lonely souls to examine the forces that bring people together and the ways we all need each other. Eddie, an unemployed truck driver, and his estranged ex-wife Ani reunite unexpectedly after she experiences a devastating accident. And John, a brilliant PhD student with cerebral palsy, hires Jess, a first-generation Princeton graduate who has fallen on desperate times, as his new aide. Together these powerful stories comment on the complexity of caring and being cared for, the realities of navigating the world for people with and without disabilities, and “the various tenderness’s of simply being human.” (The Daily Beast)
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