Brandon Michael Lowden is a writer of musicals, plays, children’s shows, novelty songs, album-oriented
rock, underground rap, and probably some other stuff. His work has been produced on stages of all
sizes, if mostly small sizes, from Midtown to Middle America.
Brandon holds an MFA from the Graduate Musical Theatre Writing Program at New York University’s
Tisch School of the Arts, where he was a recipient of the Mel Silverman Scholarship. Prior to that, while
earning a BS in Electrical Engineering at Princeton University, he was an award-winning writer for both
the Daily Princetonian and the Triangle Club (who still perform his songs annually).
A native of Pittsburgh, Brandon now resides in the Inwood neighborhood of Manhattan and works an
office gig to support his real job (writing).