Four Last Things
WRITTEN BY LISA TIERNEY-KEOUGH / DIRECTED BY CHRIS HENRY
Janey 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, Janey questions everything she holds so dear. Four Last Things is made up of three intertwined monologues and is an emotionally charged journey through a young woman's battle with herself. Royal Family produced the US premiere of this critically acclaimed play by award-winning Irish playwright and activist, Lisa Tierney-Keogh.
PERFORMANCES / APRIL 22nd — MAY 14th, 2014
WHAT THE PRESS HAD TO SAY
"Ms. Tierney-Keogh is a sensitive writer and Chris Henry a thoughtful director"
"Great theatre tends to give suicide a power and a glamour it must not be given in society. With ‘Four Last Things’, Lisa Tierney-Keogh attempts to make a play about a suicide that does not give the act meaning and drama but still works as theatre"