Running since February 2014
Emmy winner Bryan Cranston plays Lyndon Baines Johnson in Robert Schenkkan's bio-drama about the 36th President's tumultuous first year in office.
Winner of 2 Tony Awards, including Best Play.
The Broadway production of All the Way closed June 29, 2014. For current Broadway show listings and tickets, please click here.From the producers: "All the Way" takes audiences behind the doors of the Oval Office during a period that changed America forever. The nation was recovering from a great tragedy and the world was in turmoil, but in the midst of this impossible situation, LBJ dared to champion a landmark civil rights bill.
Bryan Cranston, who earned three consecutive Emmy Awards for the dramatic TV series "Breaking Bad," will make his Broadway debut in "All The Way." Reviewing an earlier production, the NY Times' Charles Isherwood said "Cranston cuts a vigorous, imposing figure, employing a drawl as wide as the Rio Grande." (full review)
"All The Way" features an ensemble of 20 actors portraying Martin Luther King Jr., Hubert Humphrey, George Wallace, J. Edgar Hoover, Lady Bird Johnson and many more historical figures.
Playwright Robert Schenkkan won a Pulitzer Prize for Drama in 1992 for "The Kentucky Cycle." In 2010, Schenkkan received two Emmy nominations for the HBO miniseries "The Pacific."