David Mack has a decade of experience leading some of LA’s most adventurous performing arts companies in the fields of theatre, opera, and dance. He has served as Strategic Director of Heidi Duckler Dance, General Manager and Managing Director of The Industry, and Managing Director of Watts Village Theater Company. In addition, he has consulted for many arts and arts service organizations throughout LA, including: the City of West Hollywood, Center Theatre Group, L.A. Dance Project, DIAVOLO | Architecture in Motion, Ate9 Dance Company, the Dance Resource Center, MULTIPLEX Dance and the Clown School.
Throughout his career, Mack has collaborated with a variety of LA institutions, including: the LA Opera, Hammer Museum, Watts Towers Arts Center, Ford Theatres JAM Sessions, Grand Performances, LA Poverty Department, Wild Up, LA Convention Center, LA Tourism & Convention Board, The Theatre at Ace Hotel, Metro LA Boys & Girls Clubs and Green Dot Public Schools. In addition, Mack has served as Chairman of the Board of LA County Supervisor Mark Ridley-Thomas' Empowerment Congress Arts & Culture Committee, the Boards of the Theatrical Producer's League of Los Angeles and Dance Resource Center, and as a member of the Dance/USA LA 2018 Annual Conference Host Committee and Ate9 Dance Company Advisory Council. Mack is currently on the Black Arts @ WAA Committee for Western Arts Alliance's 2019 annual conference in LA.
As Executive Director of Invertigo Dance Theatre, Mack’s goal is to support the company’s efforts in making a positive impact on LA’s diverse communities in this new 21st-century environment.