The Harry Middleton Lectureship presents Bryan Cranston and Robert Schenkkan
Nov 14, 2013
This year, we were honored to be joined by Emmy Award-winning actor Bryan Cranston of "Breaking Bad” and Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright and U.T. graduate Robert Schenkkan on Thursday, November 14 in the LBJ Auditorium. Cranston and Schenkkan discussed Schenkkan's new drama, "All the Way," an exploration of LBJ's first year in the presidency starring Cranston in the role of Lyndon Johnson. The play will have its Broadway premiere this winter.
About the Harry Middleton Lectureship:
Lady Bird Johnson established the Harry Middleton Lectureship in 1994 to honor the career, loyalty and legacy of Mr. Middleton, who served in the Johnson administration and as Director of the LBJ Library for 30 years. The lectureship was designed to attract and enrich the learning experiences of U.T. students and the Austin community. Speakers include former Soviet President Mikhail Gorbachev, Presidents Jimmy Carter and Gerald Ford, Justice Sandra Day O’Connor, Tom Brokaw, and playwright and film director David Mamet. The lecture series is co-sponsored by the LBJ Presidential Library and the Lyndon Baines Johnson Foundation.
‘Breaking Bad’ Star Bryan Cranston on Walter White, LBJ and the JFK Assassination [posted on kut.org on 11/15/2013]
"Breaking Bad" star transforms into LBJ [posted on newsradionklbj.com on 11/15/2013]
Bryan Cranston visits Austin for his new role as LBJ [posted on kvue.com on 11/15/2013]
"Breaking Bad's" Bryan Cranston speaks at UT about playing LBJ [posted on myfoxaustin.com on 11/15/2013]
"Breaking Bad" star transforms into LBJ [posted on kxan.com on 11/14/2013]
Bryan Cranston visits Austin for his new role as LBJ [posted on kens5.com on 11/15/2013]
Robert Schenkkan, Bryan Cranston go 'All the Way' with LBJ [posted on statesman.com on 11/16/2013]
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