L.B.J. is the one who knocks. Bitch. Bryan Cranston took on the role of the 36th U.S. president in Robert Schenkkan’s play, All the Way, which opened on Sept. 19 at the American Repertory Theater in Cambridge, Mass.—and which has already sold out its entire run through Oct. 12 (probably because of a little show called Breaking Bad that’s taking its final bow on Sunday). Cranston was described by The New York Times as cutting a “vigorous, imposing figure as L.B.J.” and The New Yorker even saw fit to draw up a list of all the parallels between Cranston’s L.B.J. and his Breaking Bad character, Walter White. If Cranston’s not really your style though, there is another play, The Great Society, at the Clurman Theater in New York City that features actor Mitch Tebo as the late president.