Previews begin Monday, December 1st , 2014
Official Opening, Wednesday, December 10
Closed December 27, 2014
Rosendorf One Productions presents the world premiere off-Broadway production of Christopher B. Latro‘s dark comedy Absolution, directed by Anna Bamberger, at St Luke’s Theatre. An opening night is set for 10 December 2014, following previews from 1 December, and the play is currently booking through to 28 February 2015.
Synopsis: “Absolution is the story of two bankers, their lovers, and the things they love the most: money, power, and satisfaction. As their fast-paced games unfold, a thrilling spiral of ambition, love and betrayal unravels.”
The cast includes Becca Ballenger, Pedro Carmo, Katrina Ferguson and Ethan Saks.
The creative team features scenic design by Lauren Mills, costumes by Michael Alan Stein, lighting by Jamie Roderick and sound design by Samuel Godin.
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Christopher B. Latro‘s dark comedy “Absolution,” is the story of two bankers, their lovers, and the things they love the most: money, power, and satisfaction. As their fast-paced games unfold, a thrilling spiral of ambition, love and betrayal unravels.
Design team is: Lauren Mills (set design), Michael Alan Stein (costume design), Jamie Roderick (lighting design), and Samuel Godin (sound design).
Christopher B. Latro is a graduate of NYU having majored in History and Journalism. His plays have received staged readings at the Southwark Playhouse, Hampstead Theatre in London and the Harold Clurman Laboratory Theater Company in New York.
Originally coming from a fine arts background, Anna Bamberger trained at Stella Adler Studio in New York City. Her acting took her to acclaimed London performances of Rosendorf One’s and SOT Stage’s productions of “Blood Wedding” and “The Shape of Things.” Her directorial work has encompassed a collaboration with distinguished Theatre Collection and Victor Sobchak in London where they worked together on such classic pieces as “The Idiot,” “Tender is the Night” and “An Inspector Calls.”