All the Way News and Updates
If you're heading out to see a Broadway play this year, make sure it’s All The Way! Chronicling the problematic years of Lyndon B. Johnson's assent to presidency, from the Kennedy assassination to his landslide re-election, All The Way reveals the man who did what he had to do to serve his political ends in a world in disarray. Written by Robert Schenkkan and directed by Bill Rauch, this LBJ spotlight brings to life one of the most debated, determined and sensational presidents of the 20th Century. All The Way includes some of history's most discussed figures: J. Edgar Hoover, Martin Luther King Jr. and more in this "beautifully built dramatic piece."
Bryan Cranston, who played meth kingpin Walter White in the highly successful TV show Breaking Bad, has left behind his chemistry sets for Broadway duds in his first major theatrical performance. Cranston stated, "You only make your Broadway debut once" and he believes playwright Schenkkan's work is prime material.
Whether you lived through 1964, or are knowledgeable of this most crucial year in our history, get All The Way tickets to take another look behind crucial decisions regarding Civil Rights and Vietnam. Explore the "Hero. Bully. President" LBJ, in Cranston's "theatrical role of a lifetime, in the play about our lifetime." Don't' miss this strictly limited engagement at the Neil Simon Theater, get your All The Way tickets now!