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Bryan Cranston To Make His Broadway Debut In 'All The Way' (VIDEO)

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Bryan Cranston is moving from the small screen to the big stage.

The 57-year-old "Breaking Bad" star is set to make his Broadway debut later this winter in the political play "All The Way," and HuffPost Live has the first look at his performance as President Lyndon B Johnson.

"All The Way" made its debut at the Oregon Shakespeare Festival in July 2012 with actor Jack Willis in the starring role, then jumped to the American Repertory Theater in Cambridge, Mass., this past September, where Cranston joined the cast.

"[Cranston] is unassuming. He is funny. He is charming. He's a wonderful team player. And he's a natural on the stage," the play's producer, Jeffrey Richards, told the Associated Press.

The play, written by Rober Schenkkan and directed by Bill Rauch, follows LBJ in his first year as president. It is set to begin previews Feb. 10 at the Neil Simon Theater.

Check out a preview of Bryan Cranston as LBJ in the video above.

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