The Egg Announces Four New Shows

Yes, The Egg is goin’ to the dogs… or rather the dogs are comin’ to The Egg.

The Egg in Albany has added four new performances to its fall 2015 schedule. Tickets are currently available to members of The Egg and will go on sale to the general public at 11am on Tuesday, August 11.

Here are the details of the four newly announced shows for The Egg:

Sunday, September 27, 3pm
$20; $10 children
Olate Dogs, winners of “America’s Got Talent” – Season 7 – features the amazing circus stunts and tricks performed by the ultra-talented dogs trained by Richard & Nicholas Olate. This awe inspiring – and often hilarious – show has been featured at the Ringling Brothers and Big Apple Circuses, as NBA half-time entertainment and performing arts venues across the country.

Friday, October 2, 8pm
Loudon Wainwright III, by far and away the most candid of the singer-songwriters who brought confessional poetry into popular song, has more than two dozen album releases including a 2010 Grammy. At The Egg, he’ll perform “Surviving Twin” – a very special evening that combines music, storytelling and images that that span four generations of the Wainwright clan.

Friday, November 20, 8pm.
Since emerging as a finalist in the prestigious Thelonious Monk Institute’s vocal competition, Jane Monheit has remained as one of the most captivating jazz singers of her generation. She’ll be paying tribute to the First Lady of Song with her new show, “Jane Monheit Sings Ella Fitzgerald: The Songbook Sessions.”

Saturday, December 12, 7:30pm
Sunday, December 13, 2pm
The 25th anniversary edition of Christopher Shaw and Bridget Ball’s down home holiday show of seasonal songs and tall tales will be their last. Featuring the expanded Mountain Snow OrchestraJohn Kirk (fiddle), Kevin McKrell (guitar), Brian Melick (percussion), Trish Miller (banjo) and Tony Markellis (bass).

  1. Boston Corbett says

    The EGG sure books some stinkers.

  2. steve nover says

    different strokes for…….in any 12 month period the Egg is the best concert venue for the last 15 years in a 1 hour radius

  3. Richard Brody says

    I strongly second Steve’s comment.

  4. Fred says

    Wainwright and Monheit are two of the best shows you’ll ever see, without question.

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