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700 Sundays with Billy Crystal Tickets

Actor Billy Crystal does it all! Now see him star in “700 Sundays,” a one-man Broadway production he also wrote. Billy Crystal's humor and impression poise “700 Sundays” for a big stay on Broadway. Don't miss your chance to see "700 Sundays" with Billy Crystal! Buy your “700 Sundays” tickets now!
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700 Days with Bill Crystal Theater Tickets

700 Sundays with Billy Crystal is a comedy show featuring the latest work of the legendary comedian. Far from the overdone tell-alls that his contemporaries have fallen into, 700 Sundays pays tribute to the family and friends that shaped him into the person he is today. Buy 700 Sundays with Billy Crystal tickets today and watch one of the comedy world's most celebrated stars tell it like it is.

Named after the number of days Crystal spent with his late-father, the show brings the audience back to an earlier time. Set in Long Island in the 1960s and 70s, Crystal recalls the backyard barbecues, tail-finned Plymouths and his grandparents speaking in garbled Yiddish. The events that colored his past are retold with whimsical nostalgia, and are reminiscent of a foul-mouthed uncle going on about the past. But the delivery is never boring, and the comedian shows that his timing is still excellent.

The star of "When Harry Met Sally," "City Slickers" and "Analyze This" never falls short on material. You'll follow him to the early days of his acting career, experiences he would never forget and the people and places that molded him into a Hollywood superstar.