Nancy Anderson to Be Part of Queer Songbook's Lance Horne Evening

News   Nancy Anderson to Be Part of Queer Songbook's Lance Horne Evening
The ever-busy Nancy Anderson, who recently celebrated the release of her debut solo recording "Ten Cents a Dance," will take part in the upcoming concert The Songs and Music of Lance Horne.

The Sept. 25 evening is part of the Queer Songbook series and will be presented at the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual & Transgender Community Center. In addition to Anderson the 7 PM concert will also feature the talents of Todd Buonopane, Nathan Graham and composer Horne. Lance Horne created vocal arrangements for the Broadway musical Little Women. He was a contributing composer to Songs from an Unmade Bed (New York Theater Workshop) and penned the incidental music for The Melting Pot production of Flight (Lucille Lortel Theatre). His band, Lance Horne & The One Night Stands, will release a live album this spring.

Nancy Anderson was most recently seen on Broadway as Eileen Sherwood in the revival of Wonderful Town. She made her Broadway debut as Mona in A Class Act and starred in the West End production of Kiss Me, Kate as Lois/Bianca. Off-Broadway she was seen in Fanny Hill, Jolson & Co. and Fables in Slang. Anderson's regional theatre credits include Fanny Hill, Nicolette and By Jeeves.

The LGBT Center is located in Manhattan at 208 West 13th Street. To purchase tickets — $10 (members), $15 (non-members), call (212) 620-7310, ext. 274. Visit for more information.

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