"All the Way," a nearly three-hour historical drama about the early months of the
The win marks the first Tony for Schenkkan, who is a
"All the Way" debuted in 2012 at the Oregon Shakespeare Festival with a different cast. It was seen last year at the American Repertory Theatre in Massachusetts, where Cranston first played LBJ, before the production transferred to Broadway.
The play follows Johnson starting with the aftermath of the
The other nominees were "Act One" by James Lapine, "Casa Valentina" by Harvey Fierstein, "Mothers and Sons" by Terrence McNally and "Outside Mullingar" by