It's been months since Breaking Bad went off the air and we know everyone is missing Bryan Cranston something bad (especially these guys). Happily, it's only weeks until Broadway gets the Emmy and recent Golden Globe winner right here live and in person, as the star of the new Lyndon B. Johnson play All the Way. Tickets are on sale now, so click here to book your seats!
In addition to Cranston as the gruff 6'4" Texan politician, the show features Michael McKean as J. Edgar Hoover, Brandon J. Dirden as Martin Luther King, Jr., Robert Petkoff as Hubert Humphrey, Rob Campbell as Governor George Wallace, Tony nominee John McMartin as Richard Russell and Roslyn Ruff as Coretta Scott King and Fannie Lou Hamer.
Beginning with the Kennedy assassination, All the Way details the first year of Johnson’s presidency, focusing on his involvement with the Civil Rights Act of 1964. The drama begins on Air Force One on November 23, 1963, as the plane transports the body of President Kennedy back to Washington, D.C., and Johnson summons his courage to take on the role of commander-in-chief.
All The Way starts performances on February 10 at the Neil Simon Theatre.