Billy will be boffo on Broadway a little while longer.
Comedian Billy Crystal's autobiographical one-man show, "700 Sundays," has been extended through May 21 at the Broadhurst Theatre where it has done potent business since opening in December. It originally was set to close in March.
Last week, a tough week for business because of the weekend snowstorm, the show still played to capacity, grossing $810,281, more than many Broadway musicals. In "700 Sundays," Crystal tells the story of his parents, growing up on New York's Long Island and his early days in show business.