Opening Night: Bryan Cranston Makes His Broadway Debut in All The Way

TheaterMania spoke to the cast about taking Broadway back to the presidency of Lyndon B. Johnson.

In the much anticipated Broadway debut of Breaking Bad star Bryan Cranston, All The Way, written by Robert Schenkkan and directed by Bill Rauch, tells the story of Lyndon B. Johnson from the time he is sworn into office after the Kennedy assassination to the time he is voted in 11 months later. TheaterMania talked with the cast about the steamroller of a history lesson that is All The Way.

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