A Chorus Line is a Broadway musical by James Kirkwood, Jr. and Nicholas Dante that debuted in 1975, and ran until 1990, becoming one of the longest-running musicals in Broadway history. The show was also made into a film in 1985. It is about nineteen performers who hope to earn a spot in a Broadway chorus line.
- A proposed 10th anniversary special for Sesame Street, A-B-Chorus Line, derived its working title and basic premise from the musical, where the regular cast of the series is shown auditioning for the show.
- In The Muppets Take Manhattan, during the "Looking for Kermit" montage, Scooter passes by the Shubert Theatre, the show's home during its entire run. A marquee for the show can be seen in the background.
- In a Sesame Street insert, a chorus line of golden, glittery numbers sing the song "One" from the musical.
- In the second season Dinosaurs episode "Career Opportunities," Earl Sinclair dreams of being a choreographer, in a Chorus Line scenario. One of the dancers says "Oh God, I need this job (referencing "I Hope I Get It") and Earl has them dance to the music for "One."
- A poster for "A Monster Line" hangs on the wall in the theater found at Sesame Street at SeaWorld.
- Christopher Chadman played Bobby as a replacement during the original Broadway run
- Jeffrey Hornaday choreographed the 1985 film
- Jeff Hyslop was a replacement for Mike during the original Broadway run
- Donna McKechnie originated the role of Cassie on Broadway
- Mario Lopez played Zach in the Broadway revival
- Dave Tofani played saxophone on the 1985 film soundtrack