Jay Armstrong Johnson, last seen on Broadway as Chip in the critically acclaimed Broadway revival of On the Town, is featured on the cover of the November issue of the new monthly magazine ANIMIZE, which will be available beginning November 1.
In the 16-page spread, featuring photos by resident photographer Roberto Araujo, Johnson discusses his current and upcoming projects, which include the second season of Quantico, the web series My Gay Roommate, his new live recording, and performances at Feinstein's/54 Below.
Playbill.com has obtained photos of Johnson from the upcoming issue; check them out below.
Exclusive: Jay Armstrong Johnson Featured on Cover of ANIMIZE
Johnson has also been seen on Broadway in Hands on a Hardbody, Catch Me If You Can, and Hair.
The November issue will also feature Tel Aviv photographer Sans Serif’s Human & Type series and Araujo's photos of Michael Pugliese (Dirty Dancing tour).
ANIMIZE, created by co-editor Brett Smith and co-editor/photographer Araujo, is a contemporary photography magazine showcasing the work of photographers from New York, around the country, and around the world. Members of the Broadway community are regularly featured; among those who have already been pictured in the magazine are Tyler Mount, Callan Bergmann, Kyle Scatliffe, Steven Trumon Gray, and Caroline Bowman.
Read the digital edition free at animizemag.com, and subscribe to the digital edition for free at animizemag.com/subscribe. Hard copies can be purchased at animzemag.com for $26.22 per issue. Follow ANIMIZE on social media, @animizemag.