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Now published on a biannual basis, this reference book is packed with more than 5,000 company entries from across the country. "The Entertainment Sourcebook" is an insider's guide to finding any item imaginable, be it a Civil War sabre, an animal to rent, a Greek fisherman's hat, authentic Amish clothing, 19th-century chandeliers, or human skulls. Whether you need African imported goods, china, crystal and glassware, or plumbing supplies and fixtures, this book includes the resources you'll need to find them. In addition to the 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 2009" is useful for anyone planning an event (even a wedding!) and indispensable for those who work in theatre, film, television, opera and print photography.

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Book Details

ISBN: 9780879103613
ISBN-10: 0879103612
Format: Paperback
(229mm x 152mm x 35mm)
Pages: 712
Imprint: Limelight Editions
Publisher: Hal Leonard Corporation
Publish Date: 15-Sep-2008
Country of Publication: United States


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Author Biography - Association of Theatrical Artists and Craftspeople

The Association of Theatrical Artists and Craftspeople (New York City) is the professional trade association of artists, designers, and craftspeople. Its members are some of the most experienced and sought-after people in the entertainment industry. Their work can be seen on and off Broadway and at regional theatres and opera companies across the country, as well as in feature films, television, print work, and other significant productions around the world.