Vocal Arranger Who Helped Little Women Sing Performs His Own Work May 30-June 4

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11 May 2005

Lance Horne
Lance Horne
Photo by Kristopher Kelly
Composer Lance Horne, who, as vocal arranger, helped the new Broadway musical Little Women find its voice, performs his original work with his band The One Night Stands in New York City this spring.

The evening, How Love Goes, directed by Ben Rimalower, plays May 30 at Joe's Pub (at 425 Lafayette Street) and June 3-4 at Dominion NY (at 428 Lafayette).

The show "invokes rock, pop, classical and Broadway, exploring the debauchery and debris of deteriorating intimate and not-so-intimate relationships."

The One Night Stands features Lance Horne (piano/guitar/vocals), Randy Redd (vocals/keyboard), Oliver Hofer (bass) and Chris Jego (drums).

Horne is also a contributing composer to Songs from an Unmade Bed (New York Theater Workshop), and the penned the incidental music for The Melting Pot production of Flight (Lucille Lortel Theatre).



Director Ben Rimalower produced and directed the critically acclaimed New York premiere of John Fisher's Joy and is currently preparing its Off-Broadway transfer. He also recently directed the all-star benefit concert version of Snoopy!!! as well as a series of readings of new works he's developing including Stan Richardson's wHormone (for Second Stage) and Alex Wexler's The Devil And Dexter Webster (for The York Theatre Company).

In addition to the regularly scheduled shows, How Love Goes will offer a special sneak preview performance May 21 at Fire Island's Blue Whale Bar and Restaurant, located in the Fire Island Pines.

For more information about How Love Goes visit www.lancehorne.com.

The Joe's Pub booking plays 9:30 PM May 30. For reservations ($12, two drink minimum), call (212) 539-8778. The Dominion NY engagement plays 9 PM June 3-4. For reservations ($25, no drink minimum), call (212) 868-4444.