Campbell and Horne's Three Lost Chords Makes Zipper Debut Jan. 7

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Mark Campbell and Lance Horne present Three Lost Chords — an evening of ghostly operatic works based on Kafka, Poe and Sparks — Jan. 7 at the Zipper Factory.

Incorporating monologues adapted by Campbell from Edgar Allan Poe's "The Tell-Tale Heart," Franz Kafka's "A Hunger Artist," and Dame Muriel Spark's "The Girl I Left Behind Me," Three Lost Chords features Michael Slattery, Nathan Lee Graham and Caroline Worra under the direction of David Schweizer. Lance Horne is featured on piano.

Production notes state, "In what are essentially ghost stories, each character confesses to the strange circumstances that brought them to a place from which they cannot escape: an asylum, a panther's cage in a traveling circus, and the office of a small company."

Horne, who is currently at work on the musical The $trip, provided vocal arrangements for Little Women on Broadway. Horne has penned songs for Gypsy of the Year, the Actors' Fund benefits and contributed to the Off-Broadway song-cycle Songs From an Unmade Bed for which Mark Campbell penned lyrics. His work has been presented at Joe's Pub, New York Theatre Workshop, The Juilliard School and Lincoln Center. Horne is a graduate of the Juilliard School.

In addition to Song From an Unmade Bed, Campbell's musicals include A Letter to East 11th Street, Volpone, Splendora, Therese Raquin and Broken Morning. Campbell was the first recipient of the Kleban Foundation Award and a two-time Richard Rodgers Award recipient.

Three Lost Chords plays the Zipper Factory Jan. 7 and 9. Tickets, priced $20, are available by calling (212) 563-0400 or by visiting The Zipper Factory is located at 336 West 37th Street in Manhattan. Visit for more information.

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