Odds & Ends: Frozen to Tour Before Broadway, Cranston & All the Way Win Again & More

Bryan Cranston and All the Way Pick Up More Gongs
More accolades for the Tony nominated Bryan Cranston and All the Way. To read more click here.

On the Culture Front: Red-Eye to Havre de Grace, The Few and more

Broadway is having a banner year, and for the first time in a while, new American plays are a significant part of the lineup. To read more click here.

Our Pick: Why ‘All the Way’ Should Win The Tony For Best Play

The year is 1964, and President Lyndon Baines Johnson stands at the helm of the most powerful nation in the free world. Although this story could be a dry read pulled from the pages of history textbooks, it’s dramatically brought to life on stage in “All the Way,” nominated for a Tony Award in the category of Best Play. To read more, click here.

Broadway Grosses: Hail to the Chief! All The Way Packs Houses

Some pretty strong numbers for Mr. President! The Bryan Cranston-led All The Way surpassed usual suspect The Book of Mormon as the leading show by capacity last week at 106.18%. To read more, click here.

Broadway's Bryan Cranston and All the Way Take Home Top Prizes at Boston's Elliot Norton Awards

The 32nd annual Elliot Norton Awards ceremony took place on Monday night at the Wheelock Family Theatre in Boston. The ceremony was presented by the Boston Theater Critics Association and emceed by BTCA President Joyce Kulhawik. In addition to the presentation of awards, the evening featured live performances by the nominated musicals which included Stoneham Theatre's Thoroughly Modern Millie, Gold Dust Orphans' It's a Horrible Life, and the Wheelock Family Theatre's Hairspray. To read more click here.


LBK's two daughters, Lynda Johnson Robb and Luci Baines Johnson, along with their children and multiple other family members and Johnson Foundation Board Members, saw ALL THE WAY and then visited with the Company afterwards.

ALL THE WAY wins Outer Critics Circle Awards Best Broadway Play and Actor!

 The winners of the 2014 Outer Critics Circle Awards have been announced. A Gentleman's Guide to Love & Murder led the pack with a total of four wins, including Outstanding New Broadway Musical. Bullets Over Broadway and The Glass Menagerie both took home three awards, while All the Way won Outstanding New Broadway Play. To read more, click here.

ALL THE WAY wins NY Drama Critics Circle Award!

The New York Drama Critics' Circle gave top honors to the Jeanine Tesori-Lisa Kron musical Fun Home, as well as Robert Schenkkan's All The Way and the American premiere of Conor McPherson's The Night Alive, following a meeting of its members May 5. To read more, click here.

2014 Tony Nominees React - Robert Schenkkan - 'Facebook and Twitter Have Blown Up'

Robert Schenkkan,All the Way - Best Play
"I was sitting having a cup of coffee with my lap top open this morning, streaming in the news of the announcement - so it was a good way to wake up." To read more, click here.


Nominations for the 2014 American Theater Wing's Tony Awards were announced this morning at 8:30 AM. ALL THE WAY was nominated for BEST PLAY, and Bryan Cranston was nominated for BEST ACTOR. Other plays nominated this season are: ACT ONE by James Lapine, CASA VALENTINA, by Harvey Fierstein, MOTHERS AND SONS, by Terrence McNally, and OUTSIDE MULLINGAR, by John Patrick Shanley. The actual award ceremony will be June 8th at 8:00 PM EST at Radio City Music Hall and broadcast live on CBS. Hugh Jackman will be Hosting the event.