Cost of Living by Martyna Majok
A deeply poetic, and also witty production, COST OF LIVING is about the drive that brings people together and the harsh realities of living with physical disabilities. It forces society to deconstruct the meaning of abled and disabled, whole and un-whole. And, in shattering the stereotypes around disability, it explores how bodies, abled and disabled, really just need each other.
The play received four Outer Critics Circle Awards nominations, as well as both a Drama Desk Award and a Drama League Award nomination. COST OF LIVING made its world premiere during a June 29 July 10, 2016 run at the Williamstown Theatre Festival. It then moved to New York City Center for a production by Manhattan Theatre Club and officially opened on June 7, 2017.
Directed by Ted Dykstra
Starring Christine Bruno, Jessica Grossi, Tony Nappo and Sean Towgood
Designed by Adam Belanger, Lindsay Dagger Junkin, Wes Babcock, Siobhan Richardson
PLEASE NOTE THAT THE COAL MINE THEATRE IS WHEELCHAIR ACCESSIBLE FOR THE RUN OF THIS SHOW - if you have specific questions about your mobility device, and ensuring you will have an enjoyable experience at the theatre, please email email@example.com
*narrowest passage is 32"
*theatre is on ground level, small incline from street level, with ramp built into the sidewalk/lobby so step-free
*accessible washroom - single use, large washroom with support bar
*wheelchair seating for up to 2 wheelchairs per performance
*entire process is step-free with some ramps built in
*tickets for attendants are at regular prices
Previews are April 5 and 7
Opening is April 8
***please note that single ticket sales are final, there are no refunds. Exchanges will be permitted if there is room, and only in advance.
Coal Mine Theatre (View)
1454 Danforth Ave
Toronto, ON M4J 1N4
|Minimum Age: 14|
|Kid Friendly: No|
|Dog Friendly: No|
|Wheelchair Accessible: Yes!|