Rob Campbell Will Join Bryan Cranston and Michael McKean in Broadway's All The Way
Campbell is set to take on the role of Governor George Wallace.
Rob Campbell, most recently seen in the Playwrights Horizons production of The Patron Saint of Sea Monsters, will take on the role of Governor George Wallace in the upcoming Broadway premiere of Robert Schenkkan's All the Way. With Emmy-winning Breaking Bad star Bryan Cranston as President Lyndon B. Johnson, the drama begins previews February 10 at the Neil Simon Theatre, with an opening night set for March 6.
Campbell's stage credits include Translations, Ivanov, In the Blood, Small Tragedy, Mojo, Our House, and many others. He is the recipient of Obie and BATCC Awards, as well as nominations for Lortel, Drama Desk, and Outer Critics Circle Awards. His screen appearances include Unforgiven, The Crucible, Boys Don't Cry, Rabbit Hole, and Hedwig & the Angry Inch.
As previously announced, All The Way will be directed by Bill Rauch and costar Michael McKean as J. Edgar Hoover and Brandon J. Dirden as Martin Luther King, Jr. Additional casting will be announced in the coming weeks.
The production features set design by Christopher Acebo, costume design by Deborah M. Dryden, lighting design by Jane Cox, composition and sound design by Paul James Prendergast, and video projections by Shawn Sagady. The projection design consultant is Wendall K. Harrington.
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