In today’s DIY culture of self-starters, there’s no need for writers to wait around for an agent, publisher, or literary manager to offer feedback on their work. Many playwrights and musical theatre writers find that participating in writer groups can be a vital part of their creative process. Though some groups organized through theatre companies require an application process, numerous others are founded by friends, collaborators, or similarly like-minded artists who desire the inspiration, feedback, discipline, and sense of community inherent in being a part of a writers group.
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