Ron Todorowski has had a diverse career in musical theater, concert and commercial dance. Broadway credits include Angels in America, Cats, Finding Neverland (original cast), Wicked, Come Fly Away (Resident Director of national tour), Guys and Dolls (Brandy Bottle Bates), The Times They Are A Changin, Movin' Out (Eddie) and Footloose. He starred in London's West End production and first national tour of Movin' Out playing the role of Eddie where he received a Helen Hayes Award for Best Actor in a musical. Off Broadway and other theater credits include Andrew Lippa's The Wild Party, Christopher Wheeldon's Brigadoon at City Center, Chess for the Actor's Fund with Josh Groban, Barrie Manilow's Copacabana, Spirit, Cinderella, workshops of Something To Dance About- An evening of Jerome Robbins and the recent Hello Dolly revival.
Ron is currently a proud member of Twyla Tharp Dance. He's performed all over the world with the company and others such as Complexions Contemporary Ballet, Cedar Lake Contemporary Ballet, The Parsons Dance Company and Mia Michaels "RAW".
Some television and film credits include Saturday Night Live, The Tony Awards, The VMA's with Ne-yo, The Today Show, The View and the feature film "Winter's Tale".
As a choreographer he's created original work for Nate Ruess(music video, Ah-ha!), RWS Entertainment, Wayne State University, BC Beat and was Associate Choreographer for the Lyric Theater's production of Seven Brides for Seven Brothers as well as Celine Dion's Las Vegas show, "A New Day".