Amber is juggling two nearly full-time jobs and three kids. Her on-again, off-again husband Chris is eternally optimistic and charming as hell but rarely employed. The house is falling apart and Amber has an eight-yearold's birthday party to plan.
As Amber struggles to keep things from boiling over, she is forced to confront reality she is a stranger to the person she once was and the person she thought she might be. won the Yale Drama Prize 2016 for Utility with the judge, playwright Nicholas Wright saying is a remarkable play: beautifully written and effortlessly powerful.