Played "Bobby" in the original Broadway
production of "A Chorus Line."
Choreographer for "Nine" (1982).
Co-choreographer (with Tommy Tune) of "The Best Little Whorehouse in Texas" (1978).
Co-director and co-choreographer (with Tune) of "My One and Only" (1983), starring Tune and Twiggy; Tony Award
winner for best choreography.
Musical staging for: "The 1940s Radio Hour" (1979); "Do Patent Leather Shoes Reflect Up?" (1982); and "My Favorite Year" (1992).
He made his Broadway debut
as a chorus dancer in "Seesaw" in 1973, using the name Thomas J. Walsh. The Cy Coleman-Dorothy Fields musical featured Tommy Tune, who later teamed with Walsh on several productions.
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