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We wanted to like this building but the tour was boring.not for kids. The shape of the building is interesting and thats all. also not happy that I didn't know where to take a photo in front of the building. TBH, maybe they disclosed on...More
The Hart Auditorium is an awesome place for concerts. We got to enjoy Harry Connick Jr. and it was like being in a club. He and his band said they enjoyed playing at smaller venues and seemed to be having fun.
After seeing over 50 shows, I can safely say The Egg is a wonderful venue to see live music. Having the option of two separate venues is also a plus for those lesser known and/or acoustic leaning acts that work better in a smaller more...More
My wife and I and another couple went to the beetles imitation concert. Not 4 but 5 stars. What a show. In the larger of the two theaters. Very comfortable seats and lotsa legroom. Sit to the right. Closer to the exits and bathrooms. We...More
We saw a comedy show. Upon reading the reviews, we were nervous about not finding parking and how much of a walk to and from in the outside weather. So earlier in the day we drove down to check it out. We didn’t take the...More
View and sound are so excellent. Not a bad seat in the house. Perfect venue for musical guests. I have seen Ken Mo, Robert Cray, Boz Skaggs, Leon Russell, Lyle Lovett, Leon Russell, and many others. Acoustics are really great!
Two halls - one just less than 500, the other just under 1000, where you can see and hear from every seat. Nicely sloped. One concert I was in the second row, and was closer to the main singer than the bass player on the...More
The Egg (actually it doesn't look at all like an egg; I'd say more like a clam) is a performing arts venue operated by the State of New York and situated (literally) on top of a state office complex. I've seen concerts at two of...More