All the Way

The Seattle Repertory Theatre presents Robert Schenkkan’s All the Way from Friday, November 14 to Sunday, January 4.  The dramatization of Lyndon Baines Johnson has won a Tony Award for Best Play. 

The production features Johnson in 1963 as he suddenly takes the office of President of the United States.  He dedicates himself to the Civil Rights legislation while conflicts in Vietnam draw attention.  The play shows a strong and ambitious man during his first year in presidency. 

All the Way is presented with a companion piece, The Great Society, which focuses on Johnson’s tumultuous second term in office. 

Tickets are now on sale for both productions.  Find out more on line at www.seattlrep.org.  All the Way is directed by Bill Rauch and performed at the Seattle Repertory Theatre at 155 Mercer Street in Seattle.