Todd Marcocci

 

Color Guard Director and Choreographer

underthesunpr@aol.com

 

 

 

Todd recognizes that his career started right at WCU, and that has allowed him to succeed in different industries. Some other productions that he has been involved with include; The Daytona 500; The Republican National Convention; A TV Commercial for Snapple working with Spike Lee; The opening scene (segment producer) to the Nicholas cage film “Lord of War”; The Tangerine Bowl halftime show; Inaugural Parade for Governor Rendell; The Centennial for the Boy Scouts of America; the Hershey Centennial Parade; just to name a few.

During the 109th Tournament of Roses Parade in Pasadena, California he decorated the 250-member Washington Township High School Marching Band in over 5000 live flowers and seeds, creating the first-ever “Marching Musical Float”. This unique concept and design approach received tremendous support from all major media around the world.

Todd is known to bleed – purple and gold – GO RAMS!