dramanounuk /ˈdrɑː.mə/ us /ˈdræm.ə/
drama noun (THEATRE)
- His new play is a raw drama about family life.
- The local drama group is staging a production of the musical 'Grease'.
- Next up on Channel 4 is the first episode of a new medical drama set in Chicago.
- English drama has enjoyed a rebirth since the 1950s with writers like John Osborne, Harold Pinter and Tom Stoppard.
- The show was a wonderful amalgam of dance, music and drama.
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drama noun (EXCITEMENT)
- Sally always makes a drama out of the smallest of events.
- Everybody stopped to watch as the drama of the hostage crisis unfolded on live television.
- There was a moment of great drama in Parliament today as two protestors ran into the debating chamber.
- The two teams produced 90 minutes of enjoyable football in a seven-goal drama.
- Her latest collection of photographs prove that no-one is better at capturing moments of high drama and deep emotion.