"At that time I was writing "TOPAZE" and "MARIUS" at the same time as, for an illness of the mind, I need to write two works at a time." Marcel Pagnol
Ulysse chez les Phéaciens ("Ulysses and the Pheacians"), (in collaboration with Arno Charles Brun). Verse drama play, never directed on stage.
Catulle ("Catullus"), Verse play, never directed on stage.
Tonton, ou Joseph veut rester pur ("Uncle, or Joseph Wants to Remain Pure"), (in collaboration with Paul Nivoix). Vaudeville written under Castro pen name.
Marseille, Théâtre des Variétés, August 30th, 1923.
Un direct au coeur ("Straight From The Heart"), (in collaboration with Paul Nivoix).
Comedy. Lille, Théâtre de l'Alhambra, March 1926.
Les Marchands de gloire ("Merchants of Glory"), (in collaboration with Paul Nivoix). Five-act satirical comedy. Paris, Théâtre de la Madeleine, April 15th, 1925.
Jazz, (initial title: Phaéton (Phaeton)). La Petite Illustration, April 1927. Four-act satirical comedy. Monte Carlo, Grand Théâtre, December 9th, 1926.
Paris, Théâtre des Arts, December 21st, 1926.
Topaze, Four-act satirical comedy.
Paris, Théâtre des Variétés, October 9th, 1926.
Marius, Three-act and six-scene comedy.
Paris, Théâtre de Paris, March 9th, 1929.
Fanny, Three-act and four-scene comedy
Paris, Théâtre de Paris, December 5th, 1931.
César, (stage version). Three-act comedy adapted from film, Théâtre des Variétés, 1946.
Judas, Five-act tragedy.
Paris, Théâtre de Paris, October 6th, 1955.
Fabien, Four-act comedy.
Paris, Théâtre des Bouffes Parisiens, September 28th, 1956.
La Femme du boulanger ("The Baker's Wife"), (stage version). Four-act comedy adapted from film. Théâtre Mogador, September 12th, 1985.