Sean Leviashvili and Gina Fonseca on stage during performance of "Cost of Living." Photo by Nile Scott Studios
Sean Leviashvili and Gina Fonseca on stage during performance of "Cost of Living." Photo by Nile Scott Studios

‘Cost Of Living’ Review: The Agony of Taking Care and Being Taken Care Of

“When the thoughts come. Y’know. The Thoughts. That loneliness,” Eddie (Lewis D. Wheeler) says.


As the word loneliness sinks in, a distinct sigh from the audience echoes throughout the Roberts Studio Theatre, where the stage is full of lit windows — a reminder that such feelings exist in every household and that the audience is full of people who have taken care of others and are possibly being taken care of themselves.

While loneliness, vulnerability, and dependency on others are a big part of life, rarely are these themes put in the spotlight the way they are in “Cost Of Living,” written by Martyna Majok and directed by Alex Lonati. Read more…


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