The Houston TheaterMob aims to unite performing arts supporters throughout Houston with coordinated group attendances of Theater District performances and accompanying social events, leading to increased attendance and season participation across Houston’s performing arts societies, strengthening the Community as a whole.
A classically trained trumpet player and native Houstonian, David’s appreciation for the performing arts dates back over twenty years. Since returning to Houston he’s been active in multiple ‘young professionals in the arts’ groups and has been an ardent supporter of many of their parent organizations. Outside of the fine arts he enjoys live music, volunteering with the Houston Livestock Show & Rodeo, hunting, deep sea fishing, and snowboarding. By day David is a Reservoir Engineer with an undergraduate degree in Computer Engineering and a Master’s degree in Petroleum Engineering, both from Texas A&M University.
Director of Marketing
Kevin is the CEO of local marketing and public relations firm, The Crown Group, with a degree in International Business from Houston Baptist University. He and his wife are donors and regular attenders of the Houston Symphony, active in the Symphony’s Young Associates’ Council, as well as donors to the Houston Civic Symphony. Kevin splits his time between Houston and San Diego, where his company has a second office. His love for music began at age 9, when he first learned to play the violin, eventually going to college at Houston Baptist University for Viola Performance, having learned an additional nine instruments along the way.
Director of Development
As an avid dancer who was classically trained in ballet, Kimberly’s passion for the performing arts started at a very young age. Born and raised in Houston, Kimberly is very active in the Houston community in a variety of ways, including the young professionals group for the Houston Ballet, serving on the board for the Houston Grand Opera’s ONYP for the 2016-17 and 2017-18 seasons, holding administrative positions for The Junior League of Houston, Inc., volunteering on two committees for the Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo, and dedicating time to Dress for Success’ Women of Wardrobe and Houston Zoo’s FLOCK. Outside of the arts’ scene, she is an avid Texas Longhorn fan, dance choreographer, and Pilates instructor in her spare time. Kimberly has an undergraduate degree in Corporate Communications from the University of Texas.