Genre: Drama
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Written and Directed by Jeremiah Murphy

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.

Open:   04/05/12
Close:   04/15/12

April 5th-8th
April 12th-15th
8pm curtain
Theater:   Access Theater
Address:   380 Broadway, 4th Floor
New York, NY 10013
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Closest subway: NR to Canal., walk south on Broadway to theatre.

Cost:all tickets $18
Buy Tickets Online or Call: Ovation Tickets at 866-811-4111
Company: The Village Light Opera Group, Ltd.         Official Web Site:
Jeremiah Murphy Writer/Director

Jeremiah is proud to have such an unbelievable group of people translating his work from thought to stage. He is also proud to have such an unbelievable group of people in his life, who help the thoughts get there in the first place. Past works include Troubles (NY International Fringe Festival, 2009), Carver and Malcolm Lowery (Short Films), and a number of novels and short stories no one else has read.

Brian Dann Assistant Director/Dramaturg

Brian is thrilled to be working with VLOG on this new piece of work. Brian attended Emerson college in Boston where he received his BA in Theatre with a focus on directing. He also hair flips really well. Break legs everyone!

Marlene Berner Virginia

Marlene is a 5 year Village Light Opera Group member who graduated from the American Musical and Dramatic Academy and Washington State University. Favorite NYC credits include Bye, Bye, Birdie (Rosie) with The Heights Players; Scrooge (Co-Producer), Fiddler on the Roof (Golde), Kiss Me, Kate and The Music Man with VLOG; A Glance At New York with Axis Company (NYC/Edinburgh Fringe Festival). Future projects:

Nicole Bushong Stage Manager

Nicole is thrilled to stage manage All This Here. She just moved to the city from Houston, where she studied at the University of Houston specializing in stage management. She plans to transfer to Brooklyn College in the fall. Recently Nicole has stage managed for Manhattan Children's Theater’s Giggle Giggle Quake and Knuffle Bunny: A Cautionary Musical.

Richard is a New York actor/singer and is excited to be working with VLOG again. He has performed extensively in musicals and theatre including most recently as Bob Cratchit in VLOG’s  Scrooge and Blane in Father of Songs. Richard is a proud alumnus of Messiah College and would like to thank Jeremiah for the opportunity and his fellow actors for their great work.

Chad Fusco Stagehand

Chad hails from Youngstown, Ohio. NY credits: Bye Bye Birdie (Harvey Johnson) with the Heights Players. University credits: Chicago (Amos Hart), Footloose (Chuck Cranston), Much Ado About Nothing (Dogberry), West Side Story (Tony). Chad is a Structural Engineer at Arup in Manhattan. He's thrilled about his first show with VLOG!

Stephanie Haring Judith/Producer

Stephanie is a 3 year member of VLOG currently serving on the Board. VLOG credits: Fiddler on the Roof (Chava), Carousel (Featured Dancer). She produced last season’s Scrooge, the VLOG Sings Sondheim cabaret, and a music video for recording artist An Horse with HeyDonkey Productions. She was featured in the MBP short film Carver. Stephanie is a graduate of the American Musical and Dramatic Academy. She is proud to be a part of this production.

Brianna Linnehan Stagehand

Brie is excited to be making her NY acting debut in All This Here after spending most of her time backstage as a stage manager. She would like to thank her friends, family and loving boyfriend for all their love and support.

Nick Lucci Henry Too

*Nick appears courtesy of Actors Equity Association.

Nick received his B.A. in Theatrical Performance from SUNY New Paltz. He recently appeared in A Human Bond For the Fallen, NoMan Productions inaugural play, and he has worked with MBP on Troubles as part of the NY International Fringe Festival and Carver, a comedic short film. Nick recently appeared in an episode of ACTOR, a web-series for, and is currently working on Sherwood, a web-series presenting a new satirical take on the Robin Hood legend. Nick would like to thank everyone involved in this production, as well as his family and friends for their inspiration and support!

Shannon Murray Assistant Stage Manager

All This Here is Shannon's second VLOG show and first Murphy Brothers Productions show. She was last seen on stage in Scrooge and Gilbert and Sullivan. Thanks to the amazing cast and creative team! 

Maggie Ronck Stagehand

Maggie is excited to be in the cast of All This Here. Favorite credits include Five Women Wearing the Same Dress (Meredith), and Pimple the Pirate (Joseph). Maggie enjoys singing, horse back riding and any craft involving a hot glue gun. Much love to to Mom, Ronck Daddy and Brother Ben. 

Sarah Trapido Caroline

Sarah delights in making her VLOG debut in this wonderful play. Sarah is a New York native whose credits include a missionary, a typist, and dozens of woodland and costal creatures. She thanks ATH's incredible team, her devoted parents, and her most amazing sister Lauren, without whom she could have never done this.  

Becca Shimkin Associate Producer/Box Office Manager

Becca has been working on and off stage since 8th grade when she created her first program for the middle school music concert and appeared as Ms. Havisham in a musical version of Great Expectations. Since then she has created many more programs, appeared in many more shows, and added producing and box office manager to her résumé. Most recently she has been involved with VLOG as the Box Office Manager, Secretary of the Board, and in last year's Scrooge as Belle Fezziwig