If you didn’t get around to seeing Billy Crystal’s long running broadway show “700 Sundays” in the theater, good news, you can finally see it when the show premiers April 19th at 9pm. The stage production was Crystal’s homage to his father. Crystal’s dad died when Crystal was only 15, and he figured they had roughly 700 Sundays together.
“700 Sundays” was co-written by Alan Zweibel, and opened in New York City in 2004. The Tony Award winning production was later revived in 2013 and toured worldwide to rave reviews and various awards. Two special performances were held this January at the Imperial Theater in New York to record the event, which is being produced by Larry Magid, David Steinberg, Billy Crystal and Janice Crystal.
This will be Crystal’s sixth HBO special.