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Kait Kerrigan (words) and Bree 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. She was the writer-in-residence at Temple Shalom, during which she 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.


Five and a Half Minutes

From The Woman Upstairs. Katie Thompson key suitable for most female voices. (her riffs from "Our First Mistake" are notated, but optional!) Key of G: (G3-D5) or Key of Ab for those who can't quite get down to the low "Gs." (Ab3-Eb5)Performed by Katie Thompson at Birdland on March 1, 2010.   Tenor:From The Woman Upstairs. Key of Db. The...

I'll Still Be

From The Woman Upstairs. As performed by Rachel Potter, Uzo Aduba, and Pearl Sun. Key of D. The low note is F#3. The high note is D5. Performed by Rachel Potter at The Canal Room on February 28, 2011. Performed by Uzo Aduba at The Zipper Theater on 9/23/08. Performed by Pearl Sun.

His Arms

From The Woman Upstairs. Key of Bb. As performed by Alison Fraser and Claudia Carlsson. The Woman Upstairs by Alison Fraser Performed by Claudia Carlsson.


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'll Still Be - Tenor

From The Woman Upstairs. Recommended for tenors. Unperformed key! Try it out and post it on YouTube, your video could end up here! Key of Ab. The low note is C3. The high note is Ab4. Performed by Rachel Potter in the key of D at The Canal Room on February 28, 2011.

I'll Still Be - Baritone

From The Woman Upstairs. Recommended for baritones. Unperformed key! Try it out and post it on YouTube, your video could end up here! Key of F. The low note is A2. The high note is F4. Performed by Rachel Potter in the key of D at The Canal Room on February 28, 2011.