Elizabeth A. Davis, Justin Hagan & Victor Verhaeghe to Lead FOUR LAST THINGS at American Globe Theatre, Begin. 4/22
Royal Family Productions (Katie Avebe, Mary Bernardi, Chris Henry and Andy Theodorou, Founders) will present the US Premiere of Four Last Things by playwright Lisa Tierney-Keogh, directed by Chris Henry, in their new Times Square home at The American Globe Theatre located on West 46th Street. Four Last Things will begin performances on Tuesday, April 22 and will celebrate opening night on Sunday, April 27 and will initially run through May 14, 2014. Tickets are $18 and can be purchased by visiting royalfamilyproductions.org
Jane is stuck on her family farm, yearning for a way out. With a father she can't talk to, and a dog that can't talk back, Jane questions everything she holds so dear. Four Last Things is an emotionally charged journey through a young woman's battle with herself.
The amazing cast will include Tony Nominee, Elizabeth A. Davis (Once) as Jane, Victor Verhaeghe (HBO's "Boardwalk Empire") as her father, Brendan, and Justin Hagan (Film: Shortbus, Party Monster) as Bob the Dog. The creative team includes: Paul Smithyman (Set Design), Lucrecia Briceno (Lighting Design), Danny Erdberg (Sound Design) and John Dunnett (Costume Design).
"I was completely taken by the power and depth of the Lisa Tierney-Keogh's Four Last Things. I immediately knew this was the play we needed to present to inaugurate our new, Times Square home and I asked myself, how do we compete with Netflix? How do we get people into the seats to see a compelling story and NOT compete with our Broadway neighbors? These alternate show times allow us to work with the best actors as well as make it easier for our audience to come see the show. With a shorter running time and an affordable ticket, audiences can see our show and still make a Broadway show or have dinner and be home by 9PM. We want to add to the opportunities in the theatre community, not compete. That's what we are excited about - a compelling story, a thrilling cast, an affordable ticket, an alternate time. -Royal Family Productions' Artistic Director, Chris Henry.