Brian J. Marcum is a director, choreographer, dancer and professor. As a director and choreographer, Brian's work has been seen all over the country. On Broadway, Brian was the Associate Choreographer of the holiday hit, ELF - The Musical. He has also directed and/or choreographed for The North Carolina Theatre, Music Theatre of Wichita, Alpine Theatre Project, Lyric Theatre of Oklahoma and Summer Repertory Theatre among others. As a dancer, Brian performed in 6 Broadway shows, The Gershwins’ Fascinating Rhythm, Saturday Night Fever, the TONY award winning revival of 42nd Street, The Boy from Oz starring Hugh Jackman, Spamalot and The Drowsy Chaperone. He has toured nationally with Annie Get Your Gun and State Fair and internationally with The Who’s Tommy. He has performed at many of the best regional theatres in the country as well as the best theme parks in the world including, DisneyWorld and TokyoDisneyland. He has danced with the world famous Radio City Rockettes in both the Christmas Spectacular and the Spring Spectacular and has performed numerous times on the TONY Awards, the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade, in music videos and the movie of The Producers. Brian teaches master classes all over the country and has toured with Dance Olympus, taught for Broadway Theatre Connection, Southern Association of Dance Masters, Chicago National Association of Dance Masters, Oklahoma Dance Masters, Dance Masters of America and Lachey Arts. He has been on the dance faculty at Vanderbilt University, Belmont University, and both Broadway Dance Center and Ballet Arts in NYC. Brian spent 6 years as an Associate Professor of Dance in the Ann Lacy School of American Dance and Arts Management at Oklahoma City University and is now a dance professor in the musical theatre school at Syracuse University where he teaches tap, jazz and theatre dance.