January 1912-July 1913: Way Down East, The Wife, The Dollar Mark, Mrs. Wiggs of the Cabbage Patch, Seven Days, Captain Lafitte, The Squaw Man, David Harum, The Stranger, Madame X, Seven Sisters, Peg O' My Heart, The Deep Purple, Pierre of the Plains, Bobby Burnit, Barbaraza, A Dollar Did It, The Escape, A Romance of the Underworld, Nobody's Widow, Salomy Jane, Checkers, The Truth Wagon, Mother, The Elixir of Youth, O. Jee, Get-Rich-Quick Wallingford, The Woman, C.O.D., The Fox, The Escape.
July 1913-January 1915: Madame Sherry, The Girl in the Taxi, Broadway Jones, The Third Degree, The Quaker Girl, Mrs. Wiggs of the Cabbage Patch, Little Miss Brown, The Littlest Rebel, The Traveling Salesman, Playthings, Pretty Mrs. Smith, Rita's Romance, The Country Boy, Auction Pinochle, My Shadow and I, Stop Thief!, The Dawn of a Tomorrow, Officer 666, The Fortune Hunters, Bought and Paid For, The Money Getters, Maggie Pepper, His Son, Your Neighbor's Wife, The Blindness of Virtue, Lady Eileen, He Fell in Love with His Wife, Fine Feathers, Over Night, His Son, The Witness Chair, Ready Money, The Right of the Seigneur, Charley's Aunt, The Deep Purple, The Man from Home, Alias Jimmy Valentine, Baby Mine.
January 1915-May 1916: Help Wanted, The Lady We Love, The Virginian, The Squaw Man, Within the Law, The Songbird, Montmartre, The Wild Olive, Big Jim Garrity, The Unchastened Woman, Polly of the Circus, Merely Mary Ann, Master Willie Hewes, The Elixir of Youth, Kindling, The Trail of the Lonesome Pine, Miracle Mary, The Conspiracy, Step Lively, Rebecca of Sunnybrook Farm, The Yellow Ticket, Sadie Love, The Big Idea, Under Cover, Nearly Married, Master Mind, Detective Sparks, The Misleading Lady, Kick In, The Lion and the Mouse, Raffles, Brewster's Millions, Girls, Officer 666.
June 1916-January 1917: Mile-a-Minute-Kendall, Mary, C.O.D., The Fibber, Broadway Jones, The Blue Mouse, Forty-Five Minutes from Broadway, A Temperance Town, The Old Homestead, The Lottery Man, The Yankee Prince, Old Heidelberg, Why Smith Left Home, Alias Jimmy Valentine, Mrs. Temple's Telegram, Billy, The High Cost of Living, The Rosary, Marrying Money, Seven Keys to Baldpate.
Bokar Camille N. R. "An Historical Study of the Legitimate Theatre in Los Angeles-- 1920-1929, and Its Relation to the National Theatre Scene." Ph.D. dissertation, University of Southern California, 1973.
Schoen Leonard. "A Historical Study of Oliver Morosco's Long Run Premiere Productions in Los Angeles, 1905-1922." Ph.D. dissertation, University of Southern California, 1971.
Sorrells Roy W. "The Los Angeles Theatre: Activities of Oliver Morosco." Master's thesis, California State University, Long Beach, 1966--details the history of the Morosco Theatre Stock Company from 1913 to 1922.
Weldon B. Durham and Camille N. R. Bokar