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DCPA Theatre Company Announces Full Cast and Creative Team for Tony-Award Winning Drama All The Way
Wednesday, December 30, 2015
The Denver Center for the Performing Arts (DCPA) is proud to announce full casting for the Theatre Company’s production of Robert Schenkkan’s Tony-Award winning drama, All The Way.

Anthony Powell (Lord of the Flies, Death of a Salesman) returns to the DCPA to direct the political drama that will feature a cast of Theatre Company veterans and actors making their Denver Center debut.

All the Way, a “jaw-dropping political drama” (Variety), vividly portrays one of the most controversial, ambitious and ruthless figures of the 20th century — President Lyndon Baines Johnson. Set in the pivotal year between JFK’s assassination and Johnson’s reelection, LBJ hurls himself at the Civil Rights Act, determined to rebuild the country into The Great Society by any means necessary. Written by Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright Robert Schenkkan (The 12, The Kentucky Cycle), All the Way bowled over Broadway garnering the 2014 Tony, Drama Desk and Outer Critics’ Circle Awards for Best Play.

“While this incredible period of tragedy and change in American history took place 50 years ago, the subject matter is eerily relevant to our nation today,” said Kent Thompson, Producing Artistic Director for the Theatre Company. “It’s no coincidence that we’ve chosen to present this play heading into the 2016 National Election.”

All The Way will feature the following cast (listed alphabetically):

Adeoye (Lookingglass Alice)will understudy various roles.
Terence Archie (The 12)as Rev. Martin Luther King Jr.
Jordan Barbour (The 12)as Rev. Ralph Albernathy.
Steve Brady (DCPA debut) as J. Edgar Hoover/ Sen. Robert Byrd.
Todd Cerveris (DCPA debut) as Gov. George Wallace/Walter Reuther.
Laurence Curry (Jackie and Me, Just Like Us) as James Harrison/Stokely Carmichael.
Paul DeBoy (DCPA debut) as Robert McNamara/Sen/James Eastland.
Diana Dresser (The Giver, Jackie and Me) will understudy various roles.
Sam Gregory (A Christmas Carol, Vanya and Sonia and Masha and Spike) as Stanley Levison/Seymore Trammell/Rep. John McCormack).
Mike Hartman (Benediction, Death of a Salesman) as Rep. Howard “Judge” Smith/Sen. Everett Dirkesen).
C. David Johnson (DCPA debut) as President Lyndon Baines Johnson.
Tracey Conyer Lee (DCPA debut) as Coretta Scott King/ Fannie Lou Hamer.
Cajardo Lindsey (Just Like Us)as Bob Moses/David Dennis.
Geoffrey Kent (As You Like It, Lord of the Flies) as Deke Deloach/Andrew Goodman.
Kathleen McCall (Tribes, Benediction) as Lady Bird Johnson/Katherine Graham/Rep. Katherine St. George).
James Newcomb (Benediction) as Sen. Hubert Humphry/Sen. Strom Thurmond.
Jonathan Earl Peck (The Most Deserving) as Roy Wilkins/Aaron Henry.
Philip Pleasants (A Christmas Carol, As You Like It, King Lear) as Senator Richard Russell/Rep. Emanuel Celler.
Jeffrey Roark (A Christmas Carol) as Walter Jenkins/Rep. Wiliam Colmer.
Jessica Robblee (DCPA Cabaret’s Drag Machine, OFF-Center’s Lord of the Butterflies) as Lureen Wallace/Muriel Humphrey.
Josh Robinson (DCPA debut) will understudy various roles.
Erik Sandvold (Death of a Salesman, When We Are Married) will understudy various roles.
Erin Willis (A Christmas Carol, The 12) ensemble and will understudy various roles.
The Creative Team includes: Robert Mark Morgan (Scenic Designer), David Kay Mickelsen (Costume Designer), Charles R. Macleod (Lighting Designer), and Curtis Craig (Sound Designer), Charlie I. Miller (Projection Designer), Douglas Langworthy (Dramaturg), Jack Greenman (Voice and Dialect).
All The Way begins previews in the Stage Theatre on January 29 (Opening on Feb 5) and runs through February 28th.
Tuesday – Thursday 6:30 p.m.
Friday & Saturday 7:30 p.m.
Saturday & Sunday matinee 1:30 p.m.

The Denver Center Theatre Company 2015/16 season is generously supported by Daniel L. Ritchie, Larimer Square, Steinberg Charitable Trust and Wells Fargo.  Media sponsorship for the DCPA Theatre Company is provided by The Denver Post and CBS4.  The Denver Center for the Performing Arts is supported in part by the Scientific and Cultural Facilities District.
All The Way is sponsored by Producing Partners Margot & Allan Frank, Robert & Judi Newman and Contributing Partner Katy Atkinson

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