Landmark's Going to the Dogs - The Olate Dogs Perform on Saturday, January 14

Written by Long Island News & PR  |  27. December 2016

Port Washington, NY - December 6, 2016 - The Olate Dogs, 2012 winners of America’s Got Talent, will wag their way into Port Washington’s hearts when they bring their high-energy, fast-paced canine theatrical act to the Jeanne Rimsky Theater on Saturday, January 14. Filled with amazing dog tricks, human acrobatics and humor, it’s a show for the entire dog-loving family!

Led by Richard Olate and his son Nicholas Olate, the Olate Dogs (www.olatedogs.tv) embody the American Dream. Richard grew up in South America in a poor family. He got his start as a young boy of 10 when he rescued his first street dogs and combined his gift of training dogs with compassion and incredible hard work. He came to the attention of a circus group and found himself performing in the United States, eventually starting his own performing troupe at age 33.

Winning America’s Got Talent in 2012 was the beginning of the Olates’ dream come true. Opening doors previously only imagined they are now America’s most recognized dog entertainers. They command standing ovations at high profile sporting events nationwide, including NBA, College Division 1, WNBA, MLB, MLB and more. Their TV career continues with a starring role in a series of acclaimed short online films promoting shelter adoptions and appearances on national television programs such as FOX’s Cause for Paws, the TODAY Show and the Tonight Show.

Nicholas Olate started working with his father at age 6 and for the Texas-based family, home is truly on the road. The dogs, many of them rescues, are all pampered members of the family and travel in their own air conditioned, tricked out trailer.

A singer and talent in his own right, Nicholas Olate has a debut album, Think Big, available on ITunes. The Dogs themselves have their own Olate Dogs Christmas CD, barking the holiday classics, also available on ITunes.

Tickets for The Olate Dogs are available through Landmark’s Box Office, 516-767- 6444 and
online at www.landmarkonmainstreet.org.

All seats $25 (Friends $22). Limited number of VIP packages including Premium seating, reserved parking and VIP meeting & photo op with the Olate Dogs and their humans available for $75 per person (Friends $72).*

Landmark Laughs series sponsored by PM Pediatrics with underwriting support from Assemblywoman Michelle Schimel.

The 2016-17 Season is made possible thanks to our Partners in Performing Arts: Harding Real Estate, Peter & Jeri Dejana Family Foundation, Peter A. Forman Charitable Foundation, Town of North Hempstead and Winthrop University Hospital.

*All ticket prices include a $2 facilities fee for capital improvements.

Other Upcoming Shows and Performances

  • Tom Papa, standup comedian, Friday, January 13
  • Berenstain Bears, live musical show, Sunday, January 29
  • Celebrity Autobiography, Saturday, March 4.  This is the road show of the off-Broadway hit.
  • Fran Lebowitz with special guest Susan Isaacs, Saturday, February 11


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