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Brian Lowdermilk Biography

 
Date Of Birth:
December 14
Bio:
Brian Lowdermilk studied at Harvard University and NYU where he received the Alan Menken Award. With collaborator Marcus Stevens, Lowdermilk was the recipient of a Richard Rodgers Award for his musical RED. With collaborator Kait Kerrigan, he wrote an adaptation of Henry & Mudge, which had an ... (read complete bio)
 
Date of Birth: December 14

Bio:
Brian Lowdermilk studied at Harvard University and NYU where he received the Alan Menken Award. With collaborator Marcus Stevens, Lowdermilk was the recipient of a Richard Rodgers Award for his musical RED. With collaborator Kait Kerrigan, he wrote an adaptation of Henry & Mudge, which had an ... (read complete bio)

Brian Lowdermilk studied at Harvard University and NYU where he received the Alan Menken Award. With collaborator Marcus Stevens, Lowdermilk was the recipient of a Richard Rodgers Award for his musical RED.



With collaborator Kait Kerrigan, he wrote an adaptation of Henry & Mudge, which had an Off-Broadway run at the Lucille Lortel Theatre and is currently touring the country with TheatreworksUSA. Their latest original musical The Unauthorized Autobiography of Samantha Brown was most recently developed at a workshop at Manhattan Theatre Club directed by Christopher Ashley. This musical also received a reading at the Artists' Showcase Reading Series at the 92nd Street Y, and was featured in the 2005 NAMT Songwriters Showcase.



They have collaborated on two other musicals: The Woman Upstairs and Wrong Number, both of which were featured in the New York Musical Theatre Festival. They are recipients of a 2006 Jonathan Larson Award and a 2004-2005 Jonathan Larson Fellowship at the Dramatists Guild, and they are members of the BMI Musical Theatre Advanced workshop, ASCAP and the Dramatists Guild.