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Ended 29 Jun 2014 after 4 months

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2014 Tony Winner

2014 Tony Winner

Riding the crest of his fame from "Breaking Bad," Mr. Cranston strides onto the Broadway stage with an admirable confidence, meeting the challenge of animating Mr. Schenkkan's sprawling civics lesson as if he's thoroughly at home.

Charles Isherwood, New York Times

Closed 29 Jun 2014
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34 of 46 people found the following review helpful:
Mar 06, 2014
reviewer: from New York, New York
I saw "All The Way" at a Sunday preview - the whole audience was riveted to the play and flew out of their seats for a standing ovation at the end. Cranston and the whole cast are fabulous. Direction, set, lighting, costumes --- it is a must see. I see many Tony awards for this play.
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35 of 47 people found the following review helpful:
Acting at it's Best! Cranston BECOMES LBJ!!,
Mar 20, 2014
reviewer: from Bucks County, PA
Saw the show today (3/19) Mesmorized by Mr Cranston! Never did three hours pass so quickly! A history lesson, a biography, a lesson in politics....all combined to make this play outstanding! The audience was so quiet, yes, you could've heard a pin drop....until the final line....the audience went wild! Bravos, cheers...that's how good it was. Bryan Cranston BECAME LBJ right before my eyes! A well deserved standing ovation was the crowning glory.I saw Michael McKean in SUPERIOR DONUTS in NY several years ago, and enjoyed his performance....but found him wooden and unbelievable as J Edgar Hoover!Voice too high, carriage and diction weak. Expected Hoover to be the bull dog sounding personality he was. Too tall, too slight of build..not impressive. Brandon Dirden was excellent as Dr. King, but again, physically, he seemed too young and fit to really be convincing..still LOVED this show.go see it!
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