The Village Light Opera Group, Ltd.

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All This Here  | Open: 04/05/12 Close: 04/15/12
When a new couple moves in to the apartment across the hall, Judith insists they join her and her husband, Henry, for dinner. Both couples, converging at two different points in their relationships, discover that their ability (or inability) to communicate with one another will force them to make the ageless decision: to stay or go.

Founded by brothers Kevin Michael and Jeremiah, Murphy Brothers Productions has produced several short films (Malcolm Lowery, Carver, 26 Seconds).  This is MBP's second play written by Jeremiah. His first, Troubles, appeared in the NY International Fringe Festival in 2009.

For over 75 years, the mission of the Village Light Opera Group (VLOG) has been to enrich its community by providing both theatrical productions and hands-on theatrical experience. Initially, VLOG focused on rarely-performed light opera, operettas, and musicals but our mission has recently expanded to include a broader range of performance genres. This is the first production of their Spring 2012 season.


 All This Here is presented as an Equity Approved Showcase.

Little Mary Sunshine  | Open: 05/17/12 Close: 05/19/12
 The show is an affectionate parody of American and Viennese operetta as well as Broadway musicals of the first half of the 20th century. The show tells the story of Mary Potts, also known as Little Mary Sunshine, proprietress of the Colorado Inn in the early 20th century, and her romance without Captain "Big Jim" Warrington, the Captain of the Forest Rangers. Mary's maid, Nancy Twinkle, has an on-again, off-again relationship with Corporal Billy Jester.

The Merry Widow  | Open: 04/29/06 Close: 05/07/06
The Village Light Opera Group, Ltd., of New York City presents Franz Lehar's light opera classic in English (adaption by Richard Leighton). Phillip Sprayberry directs; Ron Noll conducts a 27-piece professional orchestra.