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Carrie is something vanishingly rare,

a true performance artist in every sense of the word. 

Christina Roman, Immigrant Report

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Songs about Immigration, Border Crossings, War Devastation, Refugee Trains, Separation of Family, Loss Of Connection, Family Secrets,  Mental Health Crisis, Queer/Gay rights recognition before it was legal,  and the turnaround - Advocacy, Support, Understanding, and FIGHT.

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Chandelier In A Rowboat from the album Alazon In The Quiet Room
Alazon In The Quiet Room

Chandelier In A Rowboat from the album Alazon In The Quiet Room

Artist Carrie Beehan - Album - Alazon In The Quiet Room Video - Clinton Curtis Querci Produced in New York by Oscar & Grammy winning producer/engineer Robert L Smith of Defy Recordings, “Alazon In The Quiet Room” balances out the scars of obstructed undercurrents and tension with atmospheric, cabaret psyche folk and tinges of electronica. A stunning visual and intense narrative to learn an immense lesson from" Impose Magazine What a stunning visual and an intense narrative to learn an immense lesson from. - Impose Magazine New York’s Carrie Beehan is at it again. Her latest single, “Chandelier In A Rowboat”, off her upcoming Alazon In The Quiet Room LP – an album written through her own grief – is packed to the brim with 80’s synth enchantment, Carrie’s signature light-as-air – but somehow scratchy at the same time – vocals, and meaningful, intense lyrics. We’re not kidding. In just 5:23, she takes us through emotional twists and turns, addressing topics of financial loss (“He went down five years for his fraud and deception”), emotional loss, grief (“And her last tears of dignity slipped down on a hospice floor”), perseverance (“He carved out more years, he plugged those bullet holes with oilcloth and sandpaper”), and redemption and tied them up with the strong visual. From the album Alazon In The Quiet Room Chandelier In A Rowboat Lyrics - Carrie Beehan Music - Carrie Beehan, Roger Thoreson, David Patterson, Robert L. Smith Copyright: Carrie Beehan aka Trystette & THL BNS Sessions/Cargo Records UK
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Artwork by Carrie Beehan on display May 6th - June 6th, 2023

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We proudly announce we are Selected for
emerging ARTISTS TheatRE

Thurs MarcH 23, 2023

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AITQR Displaced

AITQRDisplaced is a true story of the unsuppressible human desire for a safe home

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Carrie Beehan’s creative style combines music, writing, performance, paint, and video. Carrie worked as a news and documentary editor for German television in Berlin from 1986-1992, and then emerged as a performer and recording artist with her first recording contract in 1998 with BMG/Universal. She now lives in New York City and is currently developing the Documentary theater/musical multimedia show AITQRdisplaced, about Displaced People and Immigrant Artists leaving their quiet rooms of contemplation.

Ignited by an artist's residency in the historic copper mining town of Bisbee, AZ, in 2014, shortly after her father's death, this sets the foundation and autobiographical account for both the album/soundtrack   Alazon In The Quiet Room and the show, AITQR Displaced.  The show chronicles Immigrant Artists, who eventually landed in New York, leaving their quiet rooms of contemplation to remember entry and exits, stamps and visas, borders and walls, through songs and stories depicting the many facets of displacement. Blending subliminal emotional crossings with that of displacement and resettlement, this is a true story spanning six decades of the unsuppressible human desire for a safe home.  

Carrie Beehan’s work has been included in: the Museum of Jewish Heritage New York; the New Museum (New York, 2011 and 2013); the Žižkov Television Tower Prague:  Czech Center Prague;  the Fusion Arts Museum-Fountain Art Fair at the New York Armory; AVIFF Festival Cannes;  

 She has exhibited and/or performed in Queens Museum of Art; The Museum of Jewish Heritage New York, The Lincoln Center Summer Stage; the European Film Awards, Babelsberg Studio, Potsdam; Chameleon Theater, Berlin; HOWL New York and with Fusionist Shalom Neuman at the Prague National Gallery, Veletžní palace and more. Beehan’s soundtrack collaboration with animation artist, Hye Rim Lee, is part of museum collections in Shanghai, Seoul, Sydney, and Auckland.

Early versions of the show AITQRdisplaced performed in Berlin and Arizona, at Downtown Manhattan’s Culture Laboratory - La Mama's Culture Hub in 2017 (as a fundraiser for the New York Immigration Coalition) and developing scenes performed at Pangea NY Alt-Cabaret in 2018 and 2019.

Both her Musicals, Folk Tales of The Monarch and The Rusty Whetted Whistle (co-production with CAMT Director/playwright Vit Horejs) are permanent catalog with the prestigious AVIFF (Art Video Film Festival) in Cannes, France.   MORE

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