Cooper in Film, Drama, and Opera
- Upside Down; or the World in Petticoats, was Cooper’s only play, produced in New York in 1850. Only one scene from the play has survived, and has been
transcribed with explanatory material.
- The Wept of the Wish-Ton-Wish, by
William Bayle Bernard. Based on Cooper’s novel
The Wept of Wish-ton-Wish, and first performed in 1831.
- The Cradle of Liberty; or, Boston in 1775, by
Stephen E. Glover. Based on Cooper’s novel
Lionel Lincoln, and first performed in 1831.
- La Vénitienne, by
Auguste Anicet-Bourgeois. Loosely based on Cooper’s novel
The Bravo, and first performed in 1834.
- Cooper on Stage, by Edward Harris, is a detailed study of plays and other forms of performance art based on Cooper’s novels.
- Cooper on Film, by Edward Harris, is a detailed study of films based on Cooper’s novels, with details of productions, casts, and
extensive summaries of reviews.