Theaters are very nice but it's not an attraction in and of itself. Musical performances in the Egg are affordable and accessible.
The Egg is unique, on the inside and out. If you go more than once, you may wonder if it is the same place...because there are a couple of theaters inside! The lobby is rounded and painted a deep yellow, like an egg's yoke.Be sure to check out the display near the elevators that shows how the Egg was constructed.... More
Went to see the Piano Guys, traveled all the way from Maine. Egg is a small venue so all seats are very close to stage. I would make the trip again if a show were of interest. Comfortable seating. A little strange with the elevator only access, but it all flowed well. Empire Plaza was a beautiful setting.
I've gone to a couple shows at The Egg in the last couple months. I would only go back if someone remarkable were playing. The performance space is quite nice, intimate, plenty of leg room, good sound. There are no bad seats. We sat in the last row when seeing Richard and Teddy Thompson and I didn't feel like we... More
It is not easy to get to. Parking is expensive and if you walk, the walk to get to it is uphill. There is a food court but be aware, it is closed on Saturdays and Sundays.
The Egg offers an unique venue for entertainment. The building is shaped like, well, half an egg. The two halls are more than comfortable - lots of legroom for tall folks, and feels very intimate regardless of where you're sitting. We've driven 8-hour round-trip for three shows now, Richard Thompson, Paul Brady, and The Waterboys, and will gladly head that... More
Recent convention type event was held here. There were lighting issues,( too bright, too shadowy), sound issues... set up is just weirdly spaced and nonsensical, with ugly carpet and freezing cold rooms. Plus the lack of working elevators on an event night??Um. fail.
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