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tickets to 700 sundays Los Angeles Wilshire TheatreOn December 5th 700 Sundays opened at the Broadhurst Theater to rave reviews & is an extension of an artist repertoire whose career high water marks include: When Harry Running Scared, Met Sally, Throw Momma from the Train, City Slickers, The Princess Bride, Analyze This & Analyze That. This superstar comedian has done everything from stand-up, to starring in films, to writing, directing & producing Mr. Saturday Night, to hosting the Academy Awards.

Billy Crystal, Winner of the 2005 Tony for Best Special Theatrical Event, as well as the 2005 Drama Desk Award & the 2005 Outer Critics Circle Award for Outstanding Solo Performance makes his Broadway debut in 700 Sundays, performed & written by Crystal, directed by 2 time Tony Award winner Des McAnuff.

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Billy Crystal’s dad died when he was just 15, if you add up all of the Sundays in 15 years, they come to about 700; that's how many Sundays Crystal had with his beloved father. His father worked 3 jobs throughout his life, leaving only 700 Sundays for father & son to spend together. This autobiographical journey is an original 2 act play in which Billy plays numerous characters that have influenced him over his life today. He touches comically on his birth, circumcision & introduces his family members, making extensive use of home movies & photographs, effectively beamed onto 3 screens that double as the house's windows. The show deals with his youth, growing up in the jazz world of Manhattan, New York, his teen years & finally to his adulthood. It is about fate & family, it is hilarious, personal, & touching as he takes us through moments of love, laughter & loss. Some of Crystal's recollections are vignettes, others are extended riffs on characters like his hard of hearing, cranky, chronically flatulent grandpa, or his chain smoking, brittle Aunt Sheila.

Crystal's passion for sports gets a significant airing, starting with Billy’s 1rst time in the stands at a Yankee Stadium baseball game in 1956, prompting a rhapsodic description of the famous Mickey Mantle home run. There's also an amusing recap of the unspectacular Long Beach basketball team, of which Crystal was made a team member out of pity, going up against the towering hotshots from Erasmus High.

This show is being billed as more of a personal autobiography than show-business history, as Crystal revisits the stories & souls that shaped his outlook on life While Billy Crystal makes much of the fact that his family car as a kid was a clunky, gray on gray Plymouth Belvedere, the comedian's "700 Sundays" is as sleekly tooled & polished as a brand new red Corvette.

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