SAVE THE DATE - NOVEMBER 14, 2019
Our AITQR laboratory is coming!
Right Here, Right Now!
Carrie and the A.I.T.Q.R team
Join Carrie Beehan and members of A.I.T.Q.R
for Carrie's Birthday Bash
Storytelling and songs
Friday, September 13, 2019
7 pm to 7:45 pm
VENUE: ChaShaMa Art Space
1022 Lexington Avenue (73rd & Lex)
Presented by Casimir Effect: Garry Nichols
(Exhibition) Tasmanian Devil.
Garry Nichols - Artwork
Carrie Beehan - Stories, vocals, & guitar
David Patterson - Vocals & guitar
Andrew B. White - Bass
March 31, 2019
After a successful round of GoFundMe and private donations to get AITQR* DISPLACED up and running for 2018 work-in-progress shows, our multi-media theater production, Alazon In The Quiet Room*- DISPLACED, can grow and continue telling the story of Immigrant Artists, Immigrants, and Displacement in all forms.
March 2019, Carrie Beehan has joined the Producer's Pro Network and the next event will be a Laboratory of the show's progress early Summer 2019. We have a 90-minute script and look forward to this next step.
Stay tuned for the Laboratory date!
Would you help us reach our new goal of 5 K?
Laboratory (Staged reading) for AITQR
Rental of a Manhattan venue
Theater technicians - lighting and sound
Above 5K covers
Advertising, costumes, lighting designer, rehearsal space, equipment transport, projection screen/props
Our cast members are gifting their time and talents to this show to get it launched.
Thanks to you, our multi-media theater production, Alazon In The Quiet Room - Displaced, will grow and continue telling the story of Immigrant Artists, Immigrants, and Displacement in all forms. If you could support our GoFundMe by donating and perhaps sharing it with your network, we would sincerely appreciate it.
No amount is too small!
See you from the stage,
Love Carrie and the Cast of AITQR* DISPLACED
Carrie Beehan, Louisa Bradshaw, DJCherishtheluv, Rima Fand, Vit Horejs, Harlem Lafayette,
David Patterson, Andrew White
Gretchen Baer, Kika von Kluck, Venus de Mars, Sarazina Stein, Anna & Inca in Sweden and more.
Poster by Clinton Querci
Who Am I?
My name is Carrie Beehan, New Zealand born, a resident of New York City, USA. I am an artist/musician/painter/performer. I was a video editor for German News and Documentary in the 1980-90s in Berlin and have been producing multi-media art and composing and performing music since then. Social Justice drives my work.
What do I do?
I compose and record songs, write, design, edit videos, direct, perform and produce performance art and shows for social justice.
What is my goal?
To fund the Fully Realized Workshop Presentation mid 2019. This work focuses on Immigrants and Artists from across four decades meeting, merging and telling their stories of DISPLACEMENT, in its many forms, through song, video, performance and storytelling.
How did I get here?
Such an opportunity doesn’t happen overnight. I started this particular work-in-progress from a hole-in-the-wall cabaret venue in Berlin waiting on a re-entry visa to the USA in 2016. From Berlin to Arizona with local performers, on to Governors’ Island, New York, then two sell-out shows at hi-tech Culture Hub at LaMaMa in 2017. Both of these shows were Fundraisers for the NY Immigration Coalition (NYIC). From there, four shows in Cabaret format at PangeaNYC working on new material and now the next step - Off Broadway.
Who helps me?
Joined along the way by a cast of notable and passionate musician/actors, who bring seasons of professional musicianship and stage skills to interpret this work, I hire and support fellow artists in our industry. Through this process, several key members of the cast are also now writing and contributing their stories, opening the show up further for on-going collaboration of artists,