1941: Little Theatre, South Yarra, Melbourne (Victoria); 8-11 March [world premiere]
- Director Marjorie McLeod; Producer Dramatists' Club Players; Stage Manager Henry Allen.
- Cast: Mary Fitzgerald (Nurse Sinclair), Carmen Virgoe (Sister Rankin), Netta Thompson (Sister Murphy), Marjorie Jones (Probationer), Betty Little (Nurse Sparrow), Kathleen Morris (Nurse Patsy), Nita McLeoad (Nurse Williams), Joy Blackall (Smith/Roberts), Dudley Pollard (Russell Keane), Jim White (Dr Macready), Clarice Graham (Leila Clayton), Kitty Virgoe (Matron), William Clarkson (Dr Clayton).
1941: Repertory Theatre, Perth; 4-6 September.
- Director Mrs W. R. Campbell (aka Molly Ick), Producer West Australian Drama Festival Committee.
- Cast: May Knowles (Nurse Sinclair), Elizabeth Hamill (Leila Clayton), Ben Sainken (Dr Macready), Norah Burnell (Nurse Patsy), May Robinson, May Hollands, Gwen Bickford, Ilma Weston, Sheila O'Halloran, Gladys Jones, Phyllis Caporn, Howard Smith, Peggy Pizer, Douglas Dain.
- The actors were drawn from the Perth Repertory Society, the Garrich, Marlowe, Shakespeare and Pleiades clubs and the Workers Art Guild.
1942: Albert Hall, Brisbane; 19-20 March.
- Director Barbara Sisley; Producer Brisbane Repertory Society.
- Cast included: Joan Clouston, Marie Dickinson, Daphne Roemermann, Jean Jarott, Lorna Watt, Mavis Busch, Rosemary Stevenson, Merle Dinning, Dick Englart.
1943: Sydney Conservatorium; 25-26 June.
- Director Atholl Fleming; Producer Australian Broadcasting Commission (Dramatic Club).
1944: Assembly Hall, Western Area Training Depot, Karrinyup, Perth; 14 December.
- Producer Women's Auxiliary Australian Air Force (W.A.A.A.F.)
- An amateur production staged as a fund-raiser for orphans.
1945: Coburg Town Hall, Melbourne; 8 Aug.
- Producer National Theatre Movement (Coburg Branch).
1947: St Peter's Hall, Eastern Hill, Melbourne; 10 July
- Director Frank Smith; Producer National Theatre Movement (Coburg Branch).
- Cast: Nola Johnson (Sister Rankin), Allan Thomas (Dr McCready), Shirley Kear (Patsy), Mervyn Bendle (Dr Clayton), Dorothy Perry (Nurse Sinclair), Margaret Shadbolt (Matron), Joyce Fox (Nurse Sparrow), Russell Fraser (Russell Keane), Margaret Holden (Mrs Clayton).
- Staged as part of the National Theatre Movement's Drama Festival. The production was awarded second place in the Festival's competition, adjudicated by John Cairns of the Australian Broadcasting Commision (ABC).
1948: Stow Hall, Adelaide; 12, 13 and 16 October.
- Director Ruth Phillips; Producer Theatres Associated.
- Cast included Barbara Edwards, Judith Hodge, Maxene Franklin, Peter Shearer, Rex Heading, Violet Taylor, Barbara Pritchard, Bill Long.
1949: Wagga Teachers' College, Wagga Wagga (New South Wales); 17-18 August
- Director Joan Moore; Producer Wagga Teachers' College (Dramatic Art Option)
- Cast: Veronica Reen, Barbara Bosler, Jean Johnson, Marjorie McInerney, Maureen O'Neill, Jill Noble, Joan Moore, Jack Collins, Kevin Wilcox, Doreen Manwaring, Bonnie McIntyre, Colin Taylor.
- The cast were all second year students.
1950: Townsville, Queensland; 31 March - 1 April.
- Producer Townsville Theatrical Society.
1950: Killara Town Hall, Sydney; 15, 17, 19 April.
- Director Louis Critchley; Producer Kuringai Theatre Guild.
- Cast included: Valerie Davys (Nurse Sinclair), Clarice Mason (Sister Rankin), Joe Scully (Dr Macready), Jill McCormick (Nurse Sparrow), Judith Eldershaw, Margaret Wood, Hazel Davys, Beryl Barnes, Kath Baxter, Shirley Blanks, Alison Callaghan, Jill Blomfield, Don McGregor, David Rae.
1950: Trinity Church Hall, Dubbo (New South Wales); 31 July
- Director Mrs Close; Producer Trinity Players.
1950: Millicent Town Hall, South Australia; 17-18 August.
- Director Rev. John Price; Producer Company of Seven.
1953: The Ashfield Players at the Ashfield Theatrette, 327 Collins St., Melbourne on 27 May.
- Director Jean Barklamb.
- Cast included: Wilma Keller (Sister Murphy); Gweneth Smith (Probationer); Winifred Jennings (Sister Rankin); Molly Woods (Nurse Sinclair); Jessie Baxter (Nurse Sparrow); Fay Gay (Nurse Williams); Joan Wright (Patsy); Pam Forde (Smith); Lorraine Liddy (Roberts); Harry Braidwood (Russell Deane); Max Baxter (Dr MacCready); Heather Fraser ( Leila Clayton; Lorna Jeffries (Matron); Ken Climas (Dr. Clayton).
1953: St. Luke's Hall, Didsbury, Manchester (United Kingdom); January.
- Producer Withington Players.
1953: Cheadle Hulme, Cheshire (United Kingdom); January.
- Director Robert Goodwin; Producer Cheadle Players.
1959: Coronation Hall, Reading (United Kingdom); March.
- Director Eric Bateman; Producer Woodley Players.
- Cast Pamela Ridout (Mrs Clayton), Kathleen Hamblin, Dixie Hemken, Mary Dunn (Nurse Sinclair), Celia Bridges, Pamela Brown, Susanne Keep, Valerie Sayers, John Brennan, Barry Curtis, Joyce Green, Harold Bridges.
The television adaptation by Wal Cherry Quiet Night was broadcast on ABC Channel Two on 28 June 1961.
- Cast incl. Mary Mackey (Sister Murphy), Elizabeth Goodman (Sister Rankin), Mary Disney (Nurse Sinclair), Fay Kelton (Nurse Sparrow), Nancy Cato (Nurse Patsy), Sonia Borg, Paul Karo (Russell Keane), Mark Kelly (Doctor Macready), Elizabeth Wing (Leila Clayton), Michael Duffield (Doctor Clayton), Natalie Raine (Matron)
Quiet Night was produced a number of times in the UK. The record of productions remains incomplete but it is known that it was produced for seven performances by the Withington Players, at the Garrick Theatre, Altrincham, Trafford, in 1953. Produced by John Alldridge.
It was also produced in Salford and Eastbourne in 1953. And at The Byre Theatre in the City of Wells, Somerset, from 15 - 18 July, 1953.
broadcast on 19 July 1952. It was adapted for radio by fellow Australian writer, Lynn Foster
and produced by Ayton Whitaker. See the Radio Times schedule on BBC Genome project.
- Cast Jean Anderson (Sister Murphy), Andree Evans (Probationer), Thelma Scott (Sister Rankin), Bettina Dickson (Nurse Sinclair), Betty Lucas (Nurse Sparrow), Gwenda Wilson (Nurse Patsy), Margaret Ward (Nurse Smith), Veronica Laird (Nurse Williams), Allan Cuthbertson (Russell Keane), Allan McClelland (Doctor Macready), Betty Baskcomb (Leila Clayton), Peter Bathurst (Doctor Clayton), Jessica Page (Matron).