Yes, Google is a good place to start when you have no idea how to begin your paper. Keep in mind, sites that end in .com, .edu. and .gov are your best resources for university level study. Sometimes, depending on the topic, .org is also acceptable. Always look into the Website's credentials to make sure the information you are getting is accurate and truthful. Ask your professor before using Internet sources to make sure they are acceptable. Below are some other sites to help you get started.
Playbill - news, New York production listings and reviews, video, and job connections
Dramatist's Play Service - thousands of script titles at reasonable prices, including a listing of currently running productions from all over the country
Costume Page - description from the site, "Welcome to The Costume Page, my personal library of costume and costuming-related links. I'm sharing it for the benefit of those who study and/or make costumes: costumers, students, historical re-enactors, science fiction fans, professionals, amateurs, dancers, theatrical costumers, trick-or-treaters, writers, researchers, and all those interested in fashion, textile art, and costume history. There are over 1,000 unique links listed on these pages. "
Actor's Equity - official site of the labor union that represents more than 50,000 Actors and Stage Managers.
IATSE International - the official site of The International Alliance of Theatrical Stage Employees, Moving Picture Technicians, Artists and Allied Crafts of the United States
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