La-Ti-Do's Executive Artistic Director Launches Lifestyle Blog
Since founding La-Ti-Do in Washington, DC in 2012 and New York City in 2013, Don Michael Mendoza has achieved critical acclaim for his work and a solid reputation in the arts and beyond in the nation's capital and beyond.
Now, he is breaking out on his own with an exclusive Lifestyle Blog about his experiences as a young producer and event hosting personality where he will highlight the many arts organizations and well-known local and national personalities he's collaborated with.
The website will be revealed on Monday, February 29th at the La-Ti-Do DC Cabaret at Bistro Bistro (1727 Connecticut Ave, NW Washington, DC 20009) at 8pm ahead of the official launch on March 1st.
General Public: $15 per ticket available on a first come, first serve basis at the door.
About Producing The District from the Founder:
Welcome to Producing the District and other adventures!
I'm Don Michael Mendoza - or Don Mike for short - and I am a producer.
Being the creator and curator of the La-Ti-Do cabaret series in Washington, DC and New York City is my so-called "claim to fame," and I've been lucky enough to get involved in all sorts of other events and productions along the way, but people are always curious about how I manage it all and seek advice.
So starting on March 1, 2016... here it is.
I've created this blog to chronicle my La-Ti-Do journey along with all the other unique projects I'm involved with so YOU can come along for the ride.
Originally from Pittsburgh, Don Michael Mendoza received his B.A. in Musical Theatre from American University. He performs in productions throughout the Washington Metropolitan Area, but found his main calling as a producer.
In January 2012, Don Michael co-founded La-Ti-Do and currently serves as its Executive Artistic Director. La-Ti-Do is DC's only critically acclaimed musical theatre cabaret and spoken word series to serve the artistic community on a weekly basis, tours to New York City on a monthly basis and soon to Los Angeles by the end of 2016.
After four years, he's collaborated and worked with numerous organizations in the nation's capital and beyond including The Kennedy Center, Arena Stage, Feinstein's/54 Below, Miss District of Columbia, Signature Theatre, Shakespeare Theatre Company, Studio Theatre, Woolly Mammoth Theatre Company, Theatre J, Busboys & Poets, Split This Rock and many others.