One man. One year. One chance to change America. 1964 was a pivotal year in American history, and Lyndon Baines Johnson sat at the center of it. A master politician with towering ambition and ruthless tactics, the conflicted Texan would do whatever it took to get the civil rights bill passed and secure his reelection. Meanwhile, in faraway Vietnam, a troublesome conflict loomed.
The winner of the 2014 Tony Award for best play, All the Way is a gripping drama that captures the critical moment marking the end of an era and the shift to the political climate of today. Go all the way with LBJ, Martin Luther King Jr., J. Edgar Hoover, Hubert Humphrey, and others in this portrayal of one of the most tumultuous times in our country's history.