Charles Edwards, Alice Claire Elliott, Vessie Farrell, George Fisher, Mary Frey ( 1915- 16), Ted Gibson ( 1914-16), Ann Head, Harry Hollingsworth ( 1914-15), Isolde Illian, Ralph Kellard ( 1914-15), Helen Levenson, Harry McCabe, Frances McHenry ( 1913- 1914), Florence Malone ( 1913), Fred Manatt ( 1914-16), Hardie Meakin, Meta Miller, Dorothy Mortimer ( 1913-14, 1915), Henry Mortimer ( 1913-14), Ann O'Day ( 1914-15), Clarence Oliver, Marie Prather ( 1914-15), John Quick, Maurice Quincey, Ethel Strickland, George Henry Trader ( 1913-15), Peggy Unertl, Alice Weeks.
1913-14: Our Wives, The Deep Purple, The Fortune Hunter, The Lily, Mary Jane's Pa, The Virginian, Billy, Madame Sherry, Seven Sisters, A Woman's Way, Mother, Cinderella, Alias Jimmy Valentine, Hawthorne of the U.S.A., The Witching Hour, Salomy Jane, St. Elmo, The Servant in the House, Get-Rich-Quick Wallingford, Paid in Full, Romeo and Juliet, Merely Mary Ann, The House Next Door, The Two Orphans, Seven Days, Graustark, Jane Eyre, Broadway Jones, A Romance of the Underworld, The Spendthrift, When We Were Twenty-One, The Ghost Breaker, The Littlest Rebel, Brewster's Millions, A Butterfly on the Wheel, Is Matrimony a Failure?, The Ensign, Lena Rivers, Mrs. Temple's Telegram.
1914-15: Ready Money, Little Miss Brown, Held by the Enemy, Marrying Money, The Rainbow, The Servant in the House, Our Wives, The Master Mind, The Littlest Rebel, The Runaway, The Only Son, Over Night, Tess of the Storm Country, The Argyle Case, The Stranger, The Prince Chap, Stop Thief, The Man from Home, Old Heidelberg, Maggie Pepper, Pierre of the Plains, Seven Days, The Woman, Mary Jane's Pa, Forty- Five Minutes from Broadway, Lover's Lane, Madame X, The Concert, Charley's Aunt, The Common Law, Broadway Jones, The Melting Pot, Polly of the Circus, Officer 666, Seven Keys to Baldpate, The Three Twins, At the White Horse Tavern, Her Husband's Wife, Seven Keys to Baldpate, Little Lord Fauntleroy.
Hayes Laurice Messing. "A History of the Auditorium Stock Company at the Auditorium Theatre, Kansas City, Missouri, 1913-1915." Master's thesis, University of Kansas, 1960.
Weldon B. Durham