1930 season: Warren Ash, Daisy Belmore, Marion Clayton, Kenneth Duncan, Maude Fealey, Mabel Gibson, Robert E. Griffin, Frederick Harrington, Olaf Hytten, Paul Irving, Boyd Irwin, Helen Keers, Norma Lee, Richie Ling, John Litel, Ian MacClaren, Grant Mitchell, Charles R. Moore, Tempe Piggott, George Renavent, Elise Bartlett Schildkraut, John Sheehan, Eric Snowden, Walter Vaughan, Clarice Williams, Spencer Williams, Jr., Zack Williams, Carleton Young.
Roses, A Night at the Inn, Barbara, Mary's Lamb, The Terrorist, How He Lied to Her Husband, The Morning Him, The Queen's Messenger, Suppressed Desires, Two Crooks and a Lady, The Bathroom Door, The Four-Flusher, Candida, The Marriage of Kitty, A Doll's House, The Flaming Moment, The Merchant of Venice, The School for Scandal, Arms and the Man, The Three of Us, A Pair of Silk Stockings, Othello.
Time Will Tell, Androcles and the Lion, R.U.R., Tiger! Tiger!, The Adding Machine.
1928-29: The Silver Cord, The Guardsman, Escape, The House of Woman, Mr. Pim Passes By, The World We Live In.
1930 season: And So to Bed, The Romantic Young Lady, Bill of Divorcement, The Hero, Imaginary Invalid, Goin' Home, Wound Stripe, My Son.
1930-31: The Apple Cart, The Infinite Shoeblack, Peter Pan, Porgy, Justice, The Merchant of Venice, French Leave.
Los Angeles Evening-Express, 1923-29.
Los Angeles Examiner, 1920-29.
Los Angeles Times, 1919-31.
Bokar Cille N. R. "An Historical Study of the Legitimate Theatre in Los Angeles-- and Its Relation to the National Theatrical Scene." Ph. D. dissertation, University of Southern California, 1973.
Letter from Dickson Morgan to Camille N. R. Bokar, September 16, 1972.
Los Angeles, California. University of California, Los Angeles. Oral History Collection. Dickson Morgan Interview, August 25, 1966.
-----. Los Angeles Public Library, Main Branch. Theatre programs of select Los Angeles playhouses.
Camille N. R. Bokar