Billy Crystal will launch a six-city tour of his Tony Award-winning solo show 700 Sundays at Washington D.C.'s National Theatre, September 8-17. The production, which features additional content by Alan Zweibel, is directed by Des McAnuff.
Crystal's show, which won the 2005 Tony Award for Special Theatrical Experience, is an autobiographical journey that deals with growing up in the world of jazz, his teenaged years, and his adult experiences.
The production features scenic design by David F. Weiner, lighting design by David Lee Cuthbert, projection design by Michael Clark, and sound design by Steve Canyon Kennedy.
The show will also play Philadelphia's Merriam Theatre (September 30-October 11), Dallas' Winspear Opera House (November 17-22), Palm Beach's Kravis Center (December 3-6), Miami's Arsht Opera House (December 9-13), and Atlanta's Cobb Theater (December 16-20).
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