All The Way At Playhouse On The Square

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The winner of the 2014 Tony Award for Best Play, All the Way takes us to November, 1963. An assassin’s bullet has just catapulted Lyndon Baines Johnson into the presidency. A man with a towering ambition and appetite, LBJ finds himself embroiled in passing the Civil Rights Act as he campaigns for re-election, and searches for the recognition he so desperately wants.Circuit Playhouse Inc.

Playhouse Advisory: Adult Language

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Lyndon Johnson – George Dudley
Lady Bird, Graham, St. George – Irene Crist
Walter Jenkins, William Colmer – Stephen Huff
Muriel Humphrey, L. Wallace, Secretary – Kim Sanders
Hubert Humphrey – Michael Detroit
Richard Russell – Dave Landis
J. Edgar Hoover, Robert Byrd – John Maness
Robert McNarama, James Eastland, William McCulloch, Paul B. Johnson, Jr. – Greg Boller
Martin Luther King – Delvyn Brown
Stanley Levison, John McCormack, Edwin King – Jonathan Christian
James Harrison, Stokely Carmichael, Butler – Jarrad Baker
Cartha Deloach, Carl Sanders, Howard “Judge” Smith, Everett Dirksen – John Hemphill
Coretta King, Fannie Lou Hamer, Woman – Claire D. Kolheim
Strom Thurmond – Bob McIntosh
George Wallace, James Corman, Mike Mansfield, Walter Reuther – Ryan Kathman
Roy Wilkins, Aaron Henry – Curtis C. Jackson
Emanuel Celler, Seymore Trammel – Sam Weakley

Production Team
Directed by Stephen Hancock
Production Stage Manager – Katharine Hughen
Costume Designer – Rebecca Y. Powell
Lighting Designer – John Horan
Scenic Designer – Katie-Bell Kenney
Sound Designer – Zach Badreddine
Properties Designer – Kellie Bowles
Technical Director – Phillip Hughen
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