Jay Armstrong Johnson

Just to be exact, this is not the original 1955 version with Lillian Hellman script. (More about that later.) Just to be
Jay Armstrong Johnson put a spell on NYC just in time for Halloween.
Jay Armstrong Johnson and Todrick Hall team up for a duet that's finger-lickin'... well, you know.
"I feel lucky to be doing the thing that I did in our garage or our driveway using the garage as a curtain," he said. "Just
The singer offers an all-inclusive message in this "Straight Outta Oz" clip.
Jay Armstrong Johnson's latest musical act is his most personal yet.
The sights and sounds of old New York are just a few of the marvels of the musical On the Town, newly revived at the Lyric Theater. If you see a subway sign marked IRT, you know you are in the right place.
Playgoers who haven't walked away from a Broadway musical beaming since before they can remember should head over to Times Square for On The Town, the 1944 musical which introduced Leonard Bernstein, Betty Comden, Adolph Green and Jerome Robbins.
Frank Loesser disliked repeating himself. When he produced book, music and lyrics for The Most Happy Fella in 1956, he decided to go operatic. Not all the way, but more than he ever had before -- "My Time of Day" from Guys and Dolls, notwithstanding.