- $35 for one ticket to Absolution (up to $66.50 value)
- When: select dates, December 8–December 28
- Where: St. Luke’s Theatre
- Seating: orchestra section
- Door time: 30 minutes prior to showtime
- Full offer value includes ticketing fees
- Click here to view the seating chart
Being ruthless and conniving comes with the territory for Ethan and Angelo. After all, they’re bankers. Ethan’s the new guy at the firm, and he’s much less experienced than his boss Angelo. But he’s plotting his way to the top, mostly as a means to pay for the expenses of his lovely—but far from thrifty—fiancee Marie. Meanwhile, the seemingly tough Angelo spirals into loneliness until he meets the seductive Gabrielle. And when these four characters meet, Absolution sparks into a thrilling portrayal of betrayal and the limits of ambitions as the lovers embark on games of the heart.
The darkly comic scenario comes from the mind of playwright Christopher B. Latro, and the pressure is kept cooking thanks to the direction of the Stella Adler Studio-trained Anna Bamberger. But what makes Absolution absolute is the accomplished cast, which includes Becca Ballenger (Metropolian Playhouse’s The Hero, James Franco’s Black Dog/Red Dog) as Marie, Pedro Carmel (Broadway’s Breakfast at Tiffany’s) as Angelo, Katrina Ferguson (Hedda Gabler) as Gabrielle, and Shakespearian actor Ethan Saks in his off-Broadway debut as the handily-named Ethan.