Sources in a Business Plan

Recorded Performance

  • Write the name of the musical in italics, followed by a period.
  • Write Dir. and then list the name of the director, followed by a period.
    If relevant, highlight notable performers. Write Perf. followed by their names separated by commas. End with a period.
  • List the theatrical company that put on the musical, followed by a comma and the year that the recording is from, followed by a period.
  • Name the medium in which you watched the recording, such as DVD, VHS or Blu-ray. End with a period.
  • The citation should look something like this:
    Musical Title. Dir. Director's Name. Perf. Performer 1, Performer 2, Performer 3. Theater Company, year. Medium of recording.
    Note: The title of the performance should be in italics and all lines after the first one should be indented.

Live Performance

  • List the name of the musical in italics, director and any performers (if relevant), following the same rules as in Section One, Steps One and Two for citing a recorded performance.
  • List the name of the theatrical company, followed by a period.
  • List the theater in which the performance took place, followed by a comma and the theater's address, followed by a comma and the exact date of the performance. End with a period. If the date is not known, write n.d.
  • Other People Are Reading

  • List the medium, which would be theater, followed by a period.
    The citation should look something like this:
    Musical Title. Dir. Director's Name. Perf. Performer 1, Performer 2, Performer 3. Theater Company. Theater's Name, Its Address, Specific Date (or n.d.), Theater.
    Note: As with citing a recorded performance, the title of the performance should be in italics and all lines after the first one should be indented.

Song from a Musical


  • Begin the citation with the name of the song's composer (Comp.), the songwriter or the performer (Perf.). If it is a musical number with a number of principle singers whom you want to credit, you can list the main singer followed by et al, which is latin for "and others." Because this is the name in which the citation will be alphabetically ordered by, follow the format of Last Name, First Name, role in abbreviation (such as comp. or perf.).
  • List the song in quotations, followed by a period within the quotes.
  • List the name of the soundtrack in italics, followed by a period.
  • List the recording manufacturer, followed by a comma and the year of production. If no date is known, write n.d.
  • Write the medium of the sound recoding, such as CD or Audio cassette. End with a period.
    The citation should look something like this:
    Last Name, First Name, role in abbreviation. "Song Name." Soundtrack Name. Recording Manufacturer, year. Medium of recording.
    Note: The title of the soundtrack should be in italics and all lines after the first one should be indented.

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