MY PET DRAGON is an insidiously poppy musical using a teenage girl adopting a dragon as an allegory for opiate addiction.
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This short, chamber musical recontextualizes a popular fable to address 21st century problems with power, force, and consent.
Jim gets a Siri-like nurse to support him in his old age, and discovers that love comes in many forms.
Set 30,000 feet in the air, LOVE IS IN THE AIR, is a romantic musical comedy that explores the complicated relationships of the flight attendants and the passengers alike.
Centered on an ensemble of five actors in New York City, THE FINAL ACT keeps the spotlight shining as it's characters face the hardships of typecasting.
In this queer, Christmas parody of a Hallmark movie, Adam -- a baker -- enters a competition to save his bakery but ends up winning love instead.
After the passing of her mother, Gillian is left with a mess. Her kooky neighbor, Flo, reveals that you have to let grow to let go.
When Nora discovers a provocative photo of her eleven year old daughter, she must face her own doubts and insecurities to decide where to turn next.
What happens to a cult after it's leader passes? SUNSET OF THE SUMMER SOLSTICE uses quirky characters and sweeping music to define the dangers of devotion.
An album featuring the music of Joshua Vranas and the lyrics of Alstrael Evans, Joe Badore, Janey Feingold, and Spencer Grubbe.
This wild west adventure podcast follows Emma and her older sister, Kit, into their favorite book to reclaim the last page.
Premiering in May of 2019, FINALLY GOT IT RIGHT celebrates the success of Joshua Vranas' first three productions.
A short, 10-minute play where a young mother, Meredith confronts her distant brother, Elliot, about the death of their estranged father.
A riff off of Waiting for Godot, TWO OLD MEN shines the spotlight on women portraying men to tell the quirky tale of fish, friends, and the apocalypse.
In a trailer park in the mountains of Tennessee, Ma awaits her adult children to tell them a dark secret.
Based on Théophile Gautier's short story of the same name, this 30-minute ballet takes the Rococo mystery and translates it into dance.