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LOGAN VADEN

Founding Artistic Director

Logan Vaden is a Houston-area singer, actor, director, acting coach and producer. Logan’s passion for theatre began at the age of 7 in Port Aransas, Texas. He has performed at theatres all over Houston including Bay Area Houston Ballet and Theatre, Bayou City Concert Musicals, The Country Playhouse, Inspiration Stage, Houston Family Arts Center, and Applause Theatre Company.


His acting credits include: Evita (Che), Seussical (Horton), Into the Woods (The Baker), Big River (Huck Finn), bare: a pop opera (Peter), West Side Story (Tony), RENT (Mark), Legally Blonde The Musical (Emmett), Hairspray (Edna Turnblad), Les Miserables (Marius), and Grease (Roger), as well as many others.


In 2014, Logan co-founded Iconotheatrix, a youth theatre and served on it’s board of directors until April of 2019. Directing credits include: Heathers The Musical  (Iconotheatrix- Broadway World nominations: Best Musical, Best Direction), Carrie: The Musical (Iconotheatrix, Broadway World nominations- Best Musical, Best Direction), [title of show] (Iconotheatrix), Hairspray (Applause Theatre Co.), Dani Girl (Triple Rock Theatre; Inaugural production; Texas premiere), The Great Zoo Switcheroo (Express Children’s Theatre; Texas tour premiering at Miller Outdoor Theatre), and Dear Edwina (Inspiration Stage; Co-Director). He has also assistant directed Next to Normal (Applause Theatre Co.), Annie (Bay Area Houston Ballet and Theatre, under the direction of Broadway and film star, Kevin Cahoon), and Willy Wonka (Royal Academy of Fine Arts).

Logan has taught all over the Houston area. He has had an extremely high success rate of his students getting into the Humphrey’s School of Musical Theatre at TUTS, as well as his students being called back for and/or cast as leads on Broadway, national tours, regional theatres across the country, and high school and middle schools.


When not working in theatre, Logan can be found at Children’s Museum Houston where he is the Fundraising Events Manager. He also serves on the Diversity, Equity, Accessibility, and Inclusion (DEAI) committee for the museum.