U.S. Premiere of Four Last Things, Starring Tony Nominee Elizabeth A. Davis, Opens Off-Broadway April 27

The U.S. premiere of Lisa Tierney-Keogh's Four Last Things, the story of a young woman struggling with her life, opens April 27 Off-Broadway at The American Globe Theatre, following previews that began April 22.

Elizabeth A. Davis
Elizabeth A. Davis

Presented by Royal Family Productions, the production continues through May 14.

Directed by Chris Henry, the cast includes Tony nominee Elizabeth A. Davis (Once, The Caucasian Chalk Circle) as Jane, Victor Verhaeghe ("Boardwalk Empire") as Brendan and Justin Hagan ("Shortbus," "Party Monster") as Bob the Dog.

Here's how the production is billed: "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 production has set design by Paul Smithyman, lighting design by Lucrecia Briceno, sound design by Danny Erdberg and costume design by John Dunnett.

The American Globe Theatre is located at 145 West 46th Street. Tickets and more information are available by visiting royalfamilyproductions.org.