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Report From New York: A Heroic And Flawed Lyndon Johnson Wields Power In “All The Way”
Robert Schenkkan’s Tony-nominated play All The Way is blessed with a fascinating portrait by Tony-nominated Bryan Cranston as LBJ, but it’s his script’s premise that makes the evening stay with the audience days later. It contemplates that the need for pragmatic sacrifices, even for the most noble of goals, can corrupt the soul.
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