Tony-winning play 'All the Way' with Bryan Cranston breaks Broadway box office record
Bryan Cranston has gone from Breaking Bad to breaking Broadway box office records.
All the Way, starring Cranston as President Lyndon B. Johnson, grossed $1,425,001 for the week ending June 22. That eight-performance total is now the most money ever made in a single week for a straight play on Broadway. Earlier this month, Cranston and the play took top honors of Best Actor and Best Play, respectively, at the Tony Awards after recouping the play’s initial $3.9 million investment in May. However, the play will end its limited engagement as scheduled this week.
Cranston, of course, is still no match against those witches of Oz. Wicked holds the title for the largest gross ever for any show on Broadway when it broke the $3 million mark in one week last December.