1935-36: The Harvester, Haunch, Paunch and Jowl.
1936-37: 200,000, Chains, The Good Soldier Schweik.
1938-39: East Side Professor.
1939-40: Clinton Street, Uriel Acosta.
One-Acters, Dances, Mass Declamations, Spectacles
1927-28: Mass Performance and Ballet, Strike, Red, Yellow and Black, Miners.
1928-29: The Last Minutes of a Clock, Episodes from a Voyage, Christie Street, East Broadway, Union Square.
1929-30: The New Elijah the Prophet, In a Soviet-Jewish Court, Lag Boimer, Benjamin Quixote, Dance of the Vagabonds.
1930-31: It's a Lie, Hand Over the World, You Bourgeois!, Up-to-Date Art Theatre, When Will He Fall?, The Red Conscription, Pantomime Dance, Expropriation.
1931-32: Comrade Editor, Commentaries, Waterboy, Citizen Wally Brenner, The Only Step, The War.
1932-33: Save the Yiddish Theatre, The Red Thread, In the Office of the Yiddish Workers' University, Birobidjan, Rivingion Street, Troops on the Move, Subsistence, Kentucky, Posters Speak, God Is Busy, The Greedy, Grandfather Vinshevsky, Peach Gets a Medal, Messiah in America, Look at the Sky and Us the Earth, By the Telephone, Mazel Tov.
1933-34: 20 Thousand, Saintly Business, Revolt, Tenderhearted Boss, The Gorilla, Song of the Stormy Petrel, Motel Paisee the Cantor, In the World to Come.
1934-35: The Partisan and the American, We Take the Frontier, So I Didn't Play.
1935-36: The Slave, The Golden Mountain, Benjamin Quixote, Judgement Is Coming.
1936-37: Goldfadden Spectacle.
Atkinson Brooks. "Making the Night Patrol." New York Times, November 8, 1937, p. 18.
Buchwald Nathaniel. Teater (Theatre). New York: YKUF, 1943.
-----, Kalmon Marmor, and Moshe Nadir, eds. ARTEF (an album). New York: Posy- Shoulson Press, 1929.
-----. Tsen Yur ARTEF (Ten Years of ARTEF) (an album). New York: Posy-Shoulson Press, 1937.
Mestel Jacob. 70 Yur Teater-Repertaur (70 Years of Theatre Repertoire). New York: YKUF, 1954.
New York, New York. The YIVO Institute for Jewish Research. Contains incomplete records of ARTEF, including a collection of clippings of mainly reviews, production photographs, posters, scripts, and some letters.
Opatoshu David. Studio City, California. April 12, 1977.
Schneider Benno. Los Angeles, California. January 12, 1973, and December 28, 1974.
The author wishes to thank the American Philosophical Society for a grant from the Penrose Fund which made possible a portion of the research for this article.