|Good Woman||2004||starring Marc Bouwer|
|From Sky and Soil||2005||Winner of the CFTPA Corus Young Filmmakers Initiative, 2004|
|I Will Not Be Sad Anymore||2005||Winner of the Quebec Cooperative Filmmakers Initiative "No Sweat" Competition, 2005|
|Pig and Bear||2008||International screening as part of TELEGRAMS from the New Canadian Cinema|
In 2000, Vavrek's play Small Sad Saccharine Sins was showcased at the Alberta One-Act Play Festival in Edmonton, Alberta.
In 2001, another of Vavrek's plays, I Can Fly!, competed at the Alberta Provincial One-Act Play Festival, again in Edmonton, Alberta. Later that year, the play was featured during the opening night performance of the Mass of Madpeople Players' production of The Tainted Heart Trilogy.
Vavrek's play Motherless Pig was featured in the collective production of Menagerie by Sound and Fury Theatre in Edmonton, Alberta, in a production that garnered an Elizabeth Sterling Haynes Award nomination for Best Production by a Collective in 2002. In a review for See Magazine, Gilbert Bouchard called the work a "deeply satirical, highly entertaining fable." In the same review he wrote: "With his sharp, crisp, witty script, Vavrek deconstructs identity politics without ever dipping into the pedantic or falling prey to either easy sentimentality or unvarnished pathos.
|Slaughtersung: The Sheepera||2005||Moon Hee Park (composer)|
|Dreamers = 1 + 1 + 1||2006||Joy Son (composer)|
|The Popesical||2007||Brian Valencia (composer)|
|A Lot'A Nerve, Naomi Grubenstein||2008||Jay Anthony Gach (composer)|
|Sexbus||2010||Julianne Wick Davis (composer)|
|The Crazy Cat Lady Taught Us How to Sing||2010||Ellyn Otterson (composer)|
|The Hunger Art||2008||Jeff Myers (composer)||American Lyric Theatre Presents 'Opera in Eden'|
|Nora at the Altar-Rail||2008||Jay Anthony Gach (composer)||American Lyric Theatre Presents 'Opera in Eden'|