Carrie Beehan/Trystette as told by Bonnie Sue Stein

Carrie Behan/Trystette

Carrie Behan

As a talented music artist, Carrie Beehan has performed lead roles in many productions to great acclaim in the United States, Europe and Australia. Her work has been seen in the Rover, Theater Lab, The News Museum, and her film Folk Tales of The Monarch and the original musical The Rusty Whetted Whistle have been screened at the AVIFF Film festival in Cannes as well as KVIFF Film festival in Karlovy Vary. Her song Hip to be A Hybrid, composed for for James Carman’s award winning documentary The Hidden Hand, has garnered many awards and has been seen all over the world. She has worked with multiple established organizations such as BMG/Universal, MTV, Saatchi and Saatchi, Dumbo Arts Fair, Space Womb Gallery, Howl Festival, Figment Festival, among others. As a prolific artist, the beneficiary and her work frequently garner positive attention from major media outlets such as Muzic, Evolution of Media, Top 40 Charts, Bandbuzz, Plugin Amp, Listener, NZ Herald, Tribalsoundz, The Villager, Sonic Bids, Lava, and Dance Reviews among many other press outlets. Due to her extraordinary ability as a performer, she has also been lauded by many other music professionals for her achievements as a music artist internationally.


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