Behind the Scenes at Broadway's All The Way With Breaking Bad Star Bryan Cranston

A peek into rehearsals for Robert Schenkkan's new political drama.

In case you weren't aware, Bryan Cranston, the multi-award-winning star of the television drama Breaking Bad is making his Broadway debut this spring as President Lyndon B. Johnson in Robert Schenkkan's political drama All The Way. At the start of rehearsals for the three-hour epic, which is directed by Bill Rauch (who shepherded it to Broadway via Oregon Shakespeare Festival and American Repertory Theatre), TheaterMania chatted with Cranston and the team, along with costars Michael McKean (who plays J. Edgar Hoover) and Brandon J. Dirden (Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.), about what it's like to take the onstage leap into politics.

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