This reference book is so essential that, according to set designer Robin Wagner, "Broadway couldn't function without it!" Packed with more than 5,000 entries from across the country, The Entertainment Sourcebook is an insider's guide to finding any item imaginable, be it a Civil War sabre, a Greek fisherman's hat, authentic Amish clothing, 19th-century chandeliers, or human skulls. Known in the industry simply as "The Green Book," the new edition is published again in a handier size and at an affordable price. In addition to hundreds of pages of products and services listings organized by category, this edition features a company index, a product index and appendices that include Web resources, support services, professional organizations and more. The Entertainment Sourcebook 2005 is useful for anyone planning an event, even a wedding, and it's indispensable for those who work in theatre, film, television, opera and print. Take it from Laura Koch, prop mistress for The Producers: "If you can't find it in this book, you don't need it in your show."
Entertainment SourceBook 2005
This resource for theater designers and craftspeople lists hundreds of sources for products and services. Entries in the spiral bound volume are organized alphabetically by category and indexed by company and product. A sampling of categories includes costume rentals, lampshades, plumbing supplies, holiday decorations, tropical fish, adhesive tape, printing services, wall coverings, smoking accessories, and taxidermists. Additional information on sound stages, professional services, theaters, unions, and health and safety services is found in the appendix. Annotation ©2004 Book News, Inc., Portland, OR