Our Clients

Houston History Alliance

Core Dance

Dance Source Houston: Weekend of Texas Contemporary Dance

Make-A-Wish Foundation: Macy’s National Believe Day 2010

WorkingShop: UH Center for Public History

Ms. Wheelchair Texas Competition 2011

TGI Friday’s: Caribbean Menu Launch 2010

The Health Museum: 2006-2009

Houston Museum District: Museum District Day 1999-2010

Duracell: Power Those Who Protect Us

CORE Performance Company

SAS PR supports CORE Performance Company’s dance performances and their CORE Connects programs in Houston.  Based in Atlanta and Houston, CORE has been a part of the Houston’s vibrant dance community for more than 30 years.  CORE is noted for their process-driven choreography, honoring the input of company artists and the development of new work.

SAS PR has successfully shared their story with the following media outlets:

Dance as a Healing Art, by Neil Ellis Orts.  Dance Studio Life, May/June 2011

KUHF-FM 88.7 interview on The Front Row with Sue Schroeder, Artistic Director of CORE and St. John Flynn about the premiere of her new work, The Point, February 28, 2011

Houston Press, by Olivia Flores Alvarez, Preview of The Point, March 10, 2011

Houston Chamber Choir

SAS PR served at the first full-time public relations consultant for the Choir beginning with their landmark 15th Anniversary season, A Bridge Across Time. She continues sharing the stories of the Houston Chamber Choir as they embark on their 2011-12 Season, Your Music, Your Choir.

Notable media placements earned for Houston Chamber Choir by SAS PR in 2010-11 include:

A preview article in The Houston Chronicle of An American Musical – Live from New York by Chronicle veteran cultural arts reporter Everett Evans. Uncommon concert sends actress Judy Blazer far from Broadway. Preview articles are a rarity in the Houston market. The concert sold-out days prior to the performance.

The first video interview of a Houston Chamber Choir rehearsal by cultural arts reporter Joel Luks for the digital magazine CultureMap Houston.  The “Arts and About” interview featured the premiere of a movement Hora Stellarix by Choir tenor and composer Dominick DiOrio, dedicated to Robert Simpson, Artistic Director and Founding Director of Houston Chamber Choir.  January 2011.

Substantial and frequent reviews of Houston Chamber Choir performances by the region’s leading music critics including the illustrious Charles Ward, the former classical music critic for The Houston Chronicle for more than 30 years.

Houston Chamber Choir opener has big tease by Charles Ward for The Houston Chronicle. September 22, 2010.
Rothko’s musical tradition: experimentation, reflection by Charles Ward for The Houston Chronicle. March 1, 2011.
A Concert that makes you feel: Rothko Chapel’s 40th bridges the sad and the spiritual by Joel Luks, CultureMap.  February 26, 2011.
Music for Rothko: A Cowboy’s Perspective by Chris Becker for the Houston Press. February 23, 2011
The Houston chamber choir that draws packed crowds: when the church rocks by Joel Luks, CultureMap. May 23, 2011

Houston Metropolitan Dance Company

Renowned for their technical virtuosity and fearless approach to new choreography, Houston Metropolitan Dance Company has emerged as one of the premiere dance companies in Houston.

Notable media coverage for HMDC during their 15th Anniversary Season in 2010-11 includes:

Two Texas Dance Companies Team Up in Program of Quirky Works.  Dance Studio Life. November 7, 2011

Choreographers Kiki Lucas and jhon r. stronks describe their newest dance pieces presented in Fifteen: Two Part InterACTIONS on The Front Row, KUHF-FM, 88.7.  January 19, 2011

Michelle Smith, Executive Director of Houston Metropolitan Dance Company and choreographer Joe Celej talk about the company’s 15th Anniversary performance, 15 on the 15th, for The Front Row, KUHF-FM, 88.7.  April 14, 2011.

Hope Stone, Houston Met dance companies on the move by Molly Glentzer, Houston Chronicle. April 8, 2011

Houston Metropolitan Dance Company: “15 on the 15” Bursts with Creativity by Mandy Oaklander, Houston Press. April 18, 2011