Alan Johnson, choreographer for Broadway and Mel Brooks, dies at 81

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Alan Johnson, a Broadway choreographer who partnered with Mel Brooks to stage some of the most delightfully farcical dance numbers ever filmed — including the goose-stepping showstopper from “The Producers,” “Springtime for Hitler” — died Saturday at his home in Los Angeles. He was 81.

He had Parkinson’s…