This is a Subreddit where anyone and everyone who is interested in the art of Acting meet up. Here, we are a community, a family of users who help each-other, share interesting topics and from time to time, organize AMA's!
Welcome to /r/literature, a community for deeper discussions of plays, poetry, short stories, and novels. Discussions of literary criticism, literary history, literary theory, and critical theory are also welcome--strongly encouraged, even.
Do you enjoy musicals? Well have we got the subreddit for you!
/r/musicals is all about the Musical life! We love singing and dancing! We love acting! We love it all! Come join us as our community grows into a beautiful place!
A subreddit for writing for the stage -- from one act plays to full length productions.
Post questions about playwriting (format, submissions, etc)
Converse with other playwrights (share ideas, successes, etc)
Submit your own work for feedback (pdf is best, via google docs)
Add articles or websites that other playwrights may find helpful
Welcome to r/tolkienfans! This subreddit is a space for the Tolkien nerds of reddit to debate and discuss the whole Tolkien mythos. We emphasise serious discussion here over jokey/meme-based posts. That's not to say you have to be a LOTR scholar or Tolkien academic to post or enjoy this subreddit, but that we'd prefer not to have image macros or movie gifs filling up this forum.
The goal of r/Teachers is to provide a supportive community for teachers and to inform and engage in discourse with educational stakeholders about the teaching profession. The rules highlighted in the sidebar have been developed to help us achieve this goal. It is expected that every user adhere to these rules.