Inside the 2014 Tony Award Nominees: Best Play


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All The Way

Opened: March 6, 2014

Closing: June 29, 2014

Starring: Bryan Cranston

Directed by: Bill Rauch

Written by: Robert Schenkkan

Synopsis: A behind-the-scenes look at Lyndon B. Johnson (Cranston) during his first year as president and his push to pass landmark civil rights legislation.

EW’s review: “While Cranston may never pass for LBJ’s doppelgänger, he embraces the role’s showmanship and physicality with gusto, close-talking and buttonholing and tie-grabbing to make his case. Even Walter White would be intimidated.” B+ –Thom Geier

Tony nominations: 2 — Best Play and Best Leading Actor in a Play (Bryan Cranston)

Odds on winning: The likely victor.

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