Golden Globe and three-time Emmy winner Bryan Cranston ("Breaking Bad") gives a "heat-generating, jet-fueled performance" as Lyndon B. Johnson in "All the Way," according to The New York Times. Spend a "rewarding night at the theatre" (Rolling Stone) for as much as 35% off.
This limited engagement will run on Broadway through June 29 at Neil Simon Theatre. All performances through May 4 are discounted:
Note: Lower priced tickets are available on weeknights.
The new drama by Pulitzer Prize winner Robert Schenkkan takes you behind the doors of Lyndon Jonson's Oval Office during a pivotal year in American history: 1964. A company of 20 actors portray some of history's most dynamic figures including J. Edgar Hoover, Martin Luther King, Jr., Gov. George Wallace and others.