The following is just a list of cheap lighting, the rest has to be on you as far as lighting goes. Rent the rest from your local grip/rental house, if you have one.
-GE photo flood bulbs. A few tungsten 250's and 500's.
-Silk china balls (more durable than paper, not that much more)
-A few of these http://www.filmtools.com/chinlansocas.html
-A few gel sheets of quarter half and full ctb and cto, minus green is always good to have as well
-Half diffusion and some sheets of Opal gel
-Foam core, cheap soft source when used as a bounce
-A few of these for the 250w photo floods http://www.homedepot.com/h_d1/N-5yc1v/R-100354517/h_d2/ProductDisplay?langId=-1&storeId=10051&catalogId=10053
-A few mole fixtures, usually around $35 a day depending on the light
- C stands and sand bags
-A 4 ft 4 bank kino would be nice to have on hand
-Pick up a few 4x4 flags, 2x4's, you'd probably be able to rent a package.
That's all I can think of now.
Remember, it's all about light control, not flooding your scene with light. Throw up your light sources and then shape it from there.
Hope that gets you started