Indicoe Partner Program
Indicoe seeks to team up with arts organizations dedicated to supporting, promoting, and creating with artists.
Read on to learn about our great partners!
If you would like more information on our partner program or if you would like to become a partner, please contact us.
DC Metro Theater Arts
DC Metro Theater Arts provides critically engaging reviews, interviews, and news on theater and the performing arts. Established in 2012, the publication is regularly quoted by theaters on marquees, in print publications, and on social media. DC Metro Theater Arts is Washington, DC's most comprehensive provider of performing arts coverage in the DC metro area, Baltimore, and NYC. We strive to support artists in all they do. Visit us at for the latest in diverse, cutting-edge performing arts coverage.
Curated and hosted by Don Michael Mendoza and Regie Cabico, La-Ti-Do made its debut to a full house in Washington, DC on January 23, 2012 at The Black Fox Lounge in Dupont Circle. Since then, La-Ti-Do became DC's premiere musical theatre cabaret and spoken word series to serve the artistic community on a bi-weekly basis. On June 9, 2013, the show then opened a touring chapter in New York City, made a special appearance at Feinstein’s/54 Below in 2015, and continues to present cabarets on a bi-monthly basis at The Duplex Cabaret and Piano Bar. In 2017, La-Ti-Do incorporated to become La Ti Do Productions, LLC.
Past musical performers range from Broadway veterans, Helen Hayes Award honorees to internationally recognized spoken word artists. Some notable alumni include Apollo Link, Jose Llana, Nova Y. Payton, Nicholas Rodriguez, Dorea Schmidt, Emily Zickler, Sonya Renee Taylor, Adele Hampton, Vijai Nathan, Sophia Walker, along with the national touring casts of The Sound of Music and The King and I.
Producing the District
Producing the District is a blog created and curated by Don Michael Mendoza, a producer and writer based in Washington, DC. His blog explores people, places, and events that are significant in the nation’s capital or have a connection back to the DC community. Started in 2016, PTD transformed from independent blog to a syndicated column on TheDistrictNow.com and a partner of local theatre news outlet DC Metro Theater Arts.
Woolly Mammoth Theatre Company
Woolly Mammoth Theatre Company was founded in Washington, DC in 1980. “For the past 36 years,” wrote American Theatre magazine in 2015, “Woolly Mammoth has been bringing innovative and original plays to the local community.” We’ve garnered this reputation by holding fast to our unique mission and our core values:
To create rousing, visceral, enlightening theater experiences that galvanize diverse artists and audiences to engage with our world in unexpected and often challenging ways.
We are a radically inclusive community—across race, ethnicity, nationality, age, gender identity, sexual orientation, physical ability, socioeconomic background, and political viewpoint—in which all are encouraged to exchange ideas freely and reach for new understanding.
We are a supportive home for creative risk-taking by our company and guest artists, staff, board, volunteers, audiences, donors, and colleagues.
Through relentless inquiry and experimentation, we strive for world-class excellence and innovation in every aspect of our work.
Woolly serves an essential research and development role within the American theater. Plays premiered here have gone on to productions at more than 200 theaters in 39 states and 12 countries. This track record has established Woolly as a national leader in the development of new plays and longstanding acknowledgement as “Washington’s most daring theatre company” (New York Times, 1991)
Women in Film & Video (WIFV)
Women in Film & Video (WIFV) is dedicated to advancing the career development and achievement for professionals working in all areas of screen-based media and related disciplines. WIFV supports women in the industry by promoting equal opportunities, encouraging professional development, serving as an information network, and educating the public about women’s creative and technical achievements. WIFV, a 501(c)(3) non-profit community benefit organization founded in 1979, is the premier professional resource for people who want successful media careers in the DC-metro region. WIFV is an affiliate of Women in Film and Television International (WIFTI), a global network of nearly 40 locations representing more than 10,000 media professionals worldwide. Our resources, connections and advocates support a vibrant, creative media community.