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BILLY CRYSTAL: 700 SUNDAYS BROADWAY REVIEWS

Opening Night: November 13, 2013

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Synopsis: Comedian Billy Crystal takes an autobiographical look at his life and the people and events that shaped him - including his family and friends, the New York Yankees and yes, Sammy Davis Jr.

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NEW YORK TIMES REVIEW:

"Songs can get stuck in your head, but what about jokes? Many would argue that comedy depends so much on surprise that repetition can hurt it. But then how would you explain the crowds at the Imperial Theater that are roaring with laughter at Billy Crystal’s old-school charm in “700 Sundays”?"

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HOLLYWOOD REPORTER REVIEW:

"It can’t be said that Billy Crystal doesn’t know his audience. They eat up his menu of Jews, jazz and baseball, wrapped in Catskills-inspired comedy and heartfelt Mom-and-Pop sentiment. Back on Broadway with 700 Sundays almost a decade after the solo stage memoir broke box office records and landed him a special Tony Award, Crystal again shows his gift for taking an Eisenhower-era childhood that was both ordinary and exceptional, and rendering it universal for a nostalgic public. Whether or not our experience overlaps with that of the hardworking performer, his family reminiscences strike chords."

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ASSOCIATED PRESS REVIEW:

"If you're lucky, at the end of Billy Crystal's moving one-man show "700 Sundays," you'll get to watch the actor really move. He does a cartwheel across the Imperial Theatre stage after the curtain call."

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ENTERTAINMENT WEEKLY REVIEW:

"Billy Crystal loves to command a stage. In a laugh-out-loud — if quite long — revival of his 2004 one-man, autobiographical show 700 Sundays, you can practically hear his heart soaring as he recounts wacky and sentimental stories about his childhood. (The title refers to the number of Sundays Crystal had with his father, a jazz-loving record store owner, before he died of a heart attack.)"

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NEWSDAY REVIEW:

"According to Billy Crystal, there were several differences between blacks and Jews during the 1960s. Blacks said, "Gimme five." Jews tended to say, "You owe me five!" Ba-DOMP! Crystal is here all week, folks, and through Jan. 5 at Manhattan's Imperial Theatre with "700 Sundays," a reprise of his Tony-winning one-man show from 2004. It isn't a Hollywood tell-all, though Crystal -- a "Saturday Night Live" alum, the star of hit comedies like "When Harry Met Sally . . ." and a nine-time Oscar host -- must have troves of material. Instead, "700 Sundays" is a fond, funny and often moving tribute to the family and friends who shaped Crystal's pre-fame boyhood in Long Beach."

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BROADWAY WORLD REVIEW:

"Faster than a speeding Les Misérables revival, Billy Crystal's solo performance piece, 700 Sundays, returns to Broadway a mere 386 Sundays after its Tony-winning original production gave its regards."

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AM NEW YORK REVIEW:

"Dozens of autobiographical one-person shows have come and gone since Billy Crystal stormed Broadway in 2004 with "700 Sundays," his Tony-winning tribute to his father, who died of a heart attack when Crystal was just 15 years old, and growing up in Eisenhower-era Long Island with an unshakable desire to become an entertainer."

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