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Kait Kerrigan (words) and Brian Lowdermilk (music) made their off-Broadway debut in 2006 with their adaptation of Henry and Mudge, still touring nationally. In 2011, they released their first album, Our First Mistake, which charted at #1 on the iTunes Singer/Songwriter chart. Their new album, Kerrigan-Lowdermilk Live, documents a concert tour that resulted from their breakout $35K kickstarter campaign and released this spring. Other musicals include The Mad Ones (Off-Broadway 2017), Tales from the Bad Years, The Woman Upstairs, Wrong Number, The Freshman Experiment, Republic and Flash of Time. Their songs have been recorded and performed internationally and their musicals have been developed at the Goodspeed's Norma Terris Theatre, Theatreworks Silicon Valley, La Jolla Playhouse, Perry-Mansfield New Works Festival, ASCAP/Disney Workshop, Manhattan Theatre Club, York Theatre, the Lark Playwrights Development Center, and Primary Stages. Together, they received the 2006 Larson Award, 2004-2005 Dramatists Guild Fellowship, and have held residencies at the Orchard Project and the MacDowell Arts Colony.

Kerrigan received the 2009 Kleban Award for libretto-writing. As a playwright, she has written Disaster Relief (developed by Page 73), Imaginary Love, Transit (Lark Playwrights Week 2010) and she is a member of Interstate 73. She teaches libretto writing at Primary Stages.

Lowdermilk composed music for The Amazing Adventures of Dr. Wonderful and Her Dog (with playwright Lauren Gunderson at the Kennedy Center 2011) and Red (with librettist Marcus Stevens), which received the Alan Menken Award and 2005 Richard Rodgers Award. He was the writer-in-residence at Temple Shalom, during which he scored a full Shabbat service.

Both are alumni of the BMI Musical Theatre Writing Workshop, co-founders of NewMusicalTheatre.com, and proud members of the Dramatists Guild and ASCAP.


Two Strangers - Baritone

From Tales From The Bad Years. Morgan Karr's version transposed down a whole step. For baritones. Key of Bb. The low note is A2. The high note is Bb4. As performed by Morgan Karr, Jay Johnson and Matt Doyle in the key of Bb in Under the Influence at Birdland on March 1, 2010.

Bury Me

Cut from Sam Brown. Key of E. The low note is A3. The high note is E5. NewMusicalTheatre.com by Kerrigan-Lowdermilk

Two Strangers - Soprano

From Tales From The Bad Years.. For a soprano or high belter. Farah Alvin's version - can work as a solo or with backup. Key of F. The low note is E3. The high note is F5. (Don't be scared of the low notes - there are alternates written in, and you can "ghost" them. Anyway, it's *supposed* to sound...

Remember This - High Belt or Soprano

From The Unauthorized Autobiography of Samantha Brown. A half step up from the show key. As performed by Meghann Fahy. Key of Eb. The low note is Eb4. The high note is E5 (on "your HAND might shake". If that sounds high to you, consider the version in the key of D). Performed by Meghann Fahy at (Le) Poisson Rouge...


As performed by Nathan Tysen. Suitable for most male voices. Folky & simple, with lush harmonies. Key of G. The low note is D3. The high note is F#4. Performed by Nathan Tysen at Catalina Bar & Grill in Hollywood, CA, on January 20, 2013.

I Look Around For You - Soprano

Cut from Tales from the Bad Years. Recommended for baritones and sopranos. Key of G. The low note is A2. The high note is A4. As performed by Morgan Karr in the key of Bb at the Canal Room on February 28, 2011.


From The Woman Upstairs. With optional backup vocals. As performed by Mandy Gonzalez. Key of C. The low note is A3. The high note is F5. Performed by Mandy Gonzalez.

I Look Around For You

Cut from Tales from the Bad Years. As performed by Morgan Karr on Kerrigan-Lowdermilk LIVE. Recommended for high tenors. Key of Bb. The low note is C3. The high note is C5. As performed by Morgan Karr at the Canal Room on February 28, 2011.

Up And Down - Soprano or Tenor

Written with the students of Young People's Theatre Workshop under the direction of Claudia Carlsson. A surprisingly moving song about an elevator, performable by most solo performers, or by a group. A whole step up from the original, for a soprano or tenor. Key of D. The low note is C#4. The high note is D5. Performed by Jenni Barber...