1/25/15: Today’s Tips: Sunday

MUSIC: The Holly & Evan Band @ Caffe Lena, Saratoga Springs. The blues duo brings the whole band, including drummer Bob Morris and saxman Josh Greenberg. With the sublime singer-songwriter Bryan Thomas. 7pm. $15.

EVENT: Music Lust 2015 @ Albany Ramada Inn, Albany. Dealers and collectors from all across the northeast will be on hand selling records, CDs, videos, DVDs, books, posters, magazines and other collectables. 10am-5pm. $3.

MUSIC: Mike Hotter @ the Low Beat, Albany. The Swamp Baby guitarist plays a solo instrumental set to accompany the Rock N Roll Brunch #10. Brunch starts at 10:30am.

MUSIC: Empire State Youth Orchestras @ the Palace Theatre, Albany. Conducted by Helen Cha-Pyo, the ESYOs perform Orff’s “Carmina Burana” with select singers from four high schools in the region – Albany, Shaker, Guilderland and Ravena-Coeymans-Selkirk. 3pm. $23; $13 seniors; $8 students.

MUSIC: Professor Louie & the Crowmatix @ the Hudson River Music Hall, Hudson Falls. 3pm. $15: $12 students & seniors.

COMEDY/FUNDRAISER: Bow-Wow Comedy @ the Comedy Works, Albany. 4 & 7pm. $30. UPDATE: Both shows are now officially sold out.

MUSIC: The Community Music Space’s Young Performers Showcase @ Club Helsinki, Hudson. Red Hook’s Community Music Space is an artistic educational center that provides a voice for music and acting in the Hudson Valley. Its goal is to prepare people for a creative life. 6pm. $10.

THEATER: “How Water Behaves” @ Capital Repertory Theatre, Albany. The world premiere of Sherry Kramer’s zany comedy about the tangled web we weave when first we practice to deceive. Directed by Gordon Greenberg. 2pm. $20-$60.

THEATER: “Tigers Be Still” @ Curtain Call Theatre, Latham. Carol Max directs the regional premiere of Kim Rosenstock’s quirky, endearing dark comedy that follows the misadventures of Sherry Wickman, an unemployed, overwhelmed art therapist hiding out in her childhood bed. 3pm. $24.

THEATER: “Sylvia” @ the Sand Lake Center for the Arts, Averill Park. The Circle Theatre Players present A.R. Gurney’s adult comedy, where nothing is as universal as loving your dog, but life at home becomes tense when she gnaws on a 22-year marriage. Directed by Joan Fuess. 2:30pm. $16; $10 under age 18. Through January 25.

THEATER: An Afternoon of International Theater @ the Whitney Center for the Arts, Pittsfield. Town Players of Pittsfield presents staged readings of four short one-act plays from three different countries – Paloma Pedrero’s “The Voucher,” Sergio Vodanovic’s “The White Uniform,” Serafin and Joaquin Alvarez’s “Sunny Morning” and Julio Matas’ “Ladies at Play” – directed by Peter Podol. 2pm. $5.

MUSIC: Oakes and Smith @ the Lion’s Den at the Red Lion Inn, Stockbridge. The art-folk duo in support of their debut album, First Flight. 8pm. FREE.

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