Martyna Majok's Pulitzer Prize-Winning Cost of Living Finishes Extended Broadway Run November 6 | Playbill

Broadway News Martyna Majok's Pulitzer Prize-Winning Cost of Living Finishes Extended Broadway Run November 6

The Manhattan Theatre Club production stars Tony nominee Kara Young, David Zayas, Gregg Mozgala, and Katy Sullivan.

David Zayas and Katy Sullivan in The Cost of Living
David Zayas and Katy Sullivan in Cost of Living Julieta Cervantes

The Broadway premiere of Martyna Majok's Cost of Living finishes its extended run at Manhattan Theatre Club's Samuel J. Friedman Theatre November 6. The Pulitzer Prize-winning play began performances September 13 and officially opened October 3.

The production stars Tony nominee Kara Young (Clyde's) as Jess, David Zayas (Anna in the Tropics) as Eddie, Lucille Lortel winner Gregg Mozgala (Teenage Dick) as John, and Lucille Lortel winner Katy Sullivan (The Long Red Road) as Ani. Mozgala and Sullivan reprised their performances from MTC’s 2017 Off-Broadway production of the play. Jo Bonney, who directed the Off-Broadway run, returned to helm the Broadway bow.

Majok’s play follows four people in very different circumstances—ranging from unemployment to physical disability—trying to get by. Read reviews of the Broadway production here.

A Lucille Lortel nominee, Bonney (Mlima's Tale) leads a creative team that includes Lucille Lortel-nominated scenic designer Wilson Chin (Space Dogs), Drama Desk-nominated costume designer Jessica Pabst (She Kills Monsters), Tony-winning lighting designer Jeff Croiter (Peter and the Starcatcher), and Tony-winning sound designer Robert Kaplowitz (Fela!). Original music is by Tony nominee Mikaal Sulaiman (Macbeth), and movement is by Drama Desk winner Thomas Schall (A Soldier's Play). The Telsey Office, Caparelliotis Casting, and Kelly Gillespie cast the production. David Lurie-Perret is production stage manager.

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See Photos of Manhattan Theatre Club's Cost of Living

 
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