All the Way is a play by Robert Schenkkan about the presidency of Lyndon B. Johnson. It premiered at the Oregon Shakespeare Festival in 2012 and received an acclaimed production at Cambridge, Massachusetts' American Repertory Theatre in September-October 2013. Breaking Bad and Malcolm in the Middle star Bryan Cranston tackled the leading role at A.R.T. and near the end of the run, it was announced that he would travel with the show to Broadway. Order your All the Way tickets now to see this intense new play performed live.Plot Synopsis:
In 1963, the assassination of President John F. Kennedy thrusts then-Vice President Lyndon Baines Johnson into the presidency. Over the course of his first year in office, this ambitious and charismatic figure engages himself in the Civil Rights Act, which is a source of national discomfort and debate. Buy All the Way tickets to learn how this proud Texan handles power and a country divided.Creative Team: Written by Robert Schenkkan Director Bill Rauch Set Designer Christopher Acebo Costume Designer Deborah M. Dryden Lighting Designer Jane Cox Composer/Sound Designer Paul James Prendergast Projection Designer Shawn Sagady Cast: Broadway Lyndon B. Johnson Bryan Cranston J. Edgar Hoover Michael McKean Dr. Martin Luther King Brandon J. Dirden Governor George Wallace Rob Campbell Richard Russell John McMartin Coretta Scott King/Fannie Lou Hamer Roslyn Ruff Hubert Humphrey Robert Petkoff Robert McNamara James Eckhouse All the Way News: October 6, 2013 It is announced that A.R.T.'s production of All the Way, starring Bryan Cranston, will transfer to Broadway!