191. Five Nights. Dramatized by Victoria Cross. Lord Chamberlain’s Plays 1918/3. A play in Prologue and three acts, first performed at the Bedford Theatre, Camden Town, 1 February 1918. At first it was refused a licence; it was rewritten and passed. In the Harvard Theater Collection is a press cutting reviewing what is described as the play’s first performance in London, at The Borough, Stratford, on 10 June 1918. According to correspondence in the BL Lord Chamberlain’s Plays collection, it was still touring in the provinces in September 1918.
192. Five Nights: A Romantic Melodrama. Dramatized by Lee Morrison from the novel by Victoria Cross. Typescript play in Harvard Theater Collection, with stationer’s label marked Oakland. Clippings in the same collection probably refer to this dramatization and not Cross’s own: they refer to performances in Union Hill, New Jersey, by the Hudson Players in 1915, and by Ye Liberty, Oakland, California, on an unspecified date.
193. The Greater Law. Dramatized by Victoria Cross. BL Lord Chamberlain’s Plays 1920/26. A play in three acts, first performed at the Metropole, Glasgow, 28 October 1920.
194. Life’s Shop Window. Dramatized by William H. Clifford. Typescript play in Harvard Theatre Collection, perhaps also associated with Ye Liberty, Oakland, California. According to American Film Institute Catalog. Within Our Gates: Ethnicity in American Feature Films 1911-1960, ed. Alan Gevinson (Berkeley, University of California Press, 1997), 593, the 1914 film of Life’s Shop Window was based on a stage play directed by either Herbert Brennon or Harry Belmar.
195. Life’s Shop Window. Dramatized and performed at the King’s Theatre, Melbourne, 10-30 May 1913. This may have been identical to the above 193 or a different dramatic version of the novel.