Billy Crystal is bringing his one-man play, “700 Sundays,” back to Broadway! The show, which concentrates on Crystal’s youth and the death of his father, debuted on Broadway in 2004.
Since then, Crystal, 65, has toured “700 Sundays” throughout the US, Canada and Australia and even won a Tony Award for his leading role.
“‘700 Sundays’ has, without question, been the most satisfying experience of my career,” he said in a statement. “It is a privilege to return to Broadway to say goodbye to one of the greatest thrills of my life.”
The play is named after the amount of Sundays the actor was able to spend with his father before he passed away from a heart attack when Crystal was 15 years old.
“700 Sundays” opens at the Imperial Theater on November 13.