BWW Flashback: ALL THE WAY Closes

All the Way, the new play by Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright Robert Schenkkan, starring Breaking Bad's Bryan Cranston, directed by Bill Rauch, closes on Broadway today, June 28, 2014, after playing a total of 131 and recouping its initial capitalization. To read more, click here.

Box Office Boom For ‘All the Way’ as Closing Nears

“All the Way,” the Broadway drama about President Lyndon Baines Johnson that won Tony Awards this month for best play and best actor for its star, Bryan Cranston, set an all-time record last week for gross ticket sales by a new play.To read more, click here.

All The Way, Starring Bryan Cranston, Breaks Broadway Box Office Records

"The Broadway production of Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright Robert Schenkkan's Tony Award-winning political drama All The Way, which recouped its $3.9 million investment in early June, grossed a record-breaking $1,425,001 for the week ending June 22." To read more, click here.

Broadway Box Office: Bryan Cranston Breaks Good As ‘All The Way’ Posts $1.425M Week

"While The Lion King ($2.1 million), Wicked ($2.03 million) and The Book Of Mormon ($1.6 million) regularly duke it out for the three top-grossing slots on Broadway each week, they’re all hit musicals running in big houses. In the fourth slot for Week 4, which ended Sunday, is All The Way, which star Bryan Cranston, playing President Lyndon Baines Johnson, has led to a record-making run as he and the Robert Schenkkan drama prepare to end their limited engagement next week." To read more, click here.

Broadway Box Office: Tony Awards Steer Tourist Traffic to ‘All the Way,’ More

"Summer tourism helped tune up Broadway ticket sales last week, as Tony Awards attention prodded demand at titles including “All the Way,” “A Gentleman’s Guide to Love and Murder,” “Hedwig and the Angry Inch” and “Beautiful.” To read more, click here.


"The road to Robert Schenkkan’s Tony win last Sunday – for his play “All the Way,” starring Bryan Cranston as LBJ – may have started in his father’s car: “Growing up, we’d take these long rides from Austin, Texas, to West Palm Beach – four boys in an un-air-conditioned station wagon, and the only thing that kept us from killing each other was when my father told us a story." To read more, click here.


To listen in on the conversation with Geoffrey Riley of the Jefferson Show, click here.

Tony-winning Seattle writer is already back at work on next play

A talk with Seattle playwright Robert Schenkkan, who won the Tony Award for best play on June 8 for his historical drama, “All the Way.” He’s back at work on the sequel, “The Great Society,” which debuts at the Oregon Shakespeare Festival in July. To read more, click here.


The Tony Award made a grand tour of the Oregon Shakespeare Festival Company over the last couple of days. To see the pictures, click here.

Tony-winning playwright Schenkkan talks about his next play's world premiere in Seattle

"Seattle playwright, screenwriter and actor Robert Frederic Schenkkan Jr. on Sunday night picked up a Tony Award for his drama about Lyndon Baines Johnson, “All the Way.”

Fresh from the award show after-parties, he’s back in the Northwest working on a sequel. “The Great Society” will have its world premiere at the Seattle Rep Theatre this fall." To read more, click here.