Crystal's stage autobiography '700 Sundays' going on tour

700 Sundays was a Broadway success during the 2004-2005 season, playing to sold-out houses and winning a Tony Award.

June 28, 2009 11:21
Crystal's stage autobiography '700 Sundays' going on tour

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Billy Crystal is taking his acclaimed stage autobiography, 700 Sundays, on the road this fall. 700 Sundays was a Broadway hit during the 2004-2005 season, playing to sold-out houses and receiving a Tony Award for special theatrical experience. The show will play six cities, starting with Washington on September 8-17. The 61-year-old actor-comedian will then visit Philadelphia; Dallas; Miami and Palm Beach, Florida; and Atlanta, where the tour will end December 20.

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