Definitions for "Drama"
A composition, in prose or poetry, accommodated to action, and intended to exhibit a picture of human life, or to depict a series of grave or humorous actions of more than ordinary interest, tending toward some striking result. It is commonly designed to be spoken and represented by actors on the stage.
Dramatic composition and the literature pertaining to or illustrating it; dramatic literature.
a serious play. Example: "Kaspar," a drama by Peter Handke, 1m.
Drama is the tenth studio album by British progressive rock group Yes. It is unique for being the only Yes release without vocalist Jon Anderson. In early 1980, after rehearsing music for the follow-up to the tepidly-received Tormato, both Anderson and Rick Wakeman departed the band over creative and financial differences.
Drama is the debut album from British R&B star Jamelia. The album, a mix of R&B, hip hop, and pop was released on June 26, 2000. The album features four singles including "I Do", "Money" (Jamelia's first top 5 hit), "Call Me" and "Boy Next Door", which just missed out on a UK top 40 place.
Drama is an album by British girl group Bananarama. It is their ninth studio album (not including hits collections), and the fourth album released by Bananarama as a duo. Drama features eleven newly recorded tracks, along with a remix of their 1986 hit "Venus" (done by Soft Cell's Marc Almond) and a 2005 remix of 1983's "Really Saying Something", an underground bootleg club hit produced by Solasso.
an art form that is highly accessible and relevant to young people
a work of art, a contrivance for imposing upon the spectator, causing him to take no account of actual time, place, and circumstance, making him almost forget that he is in a play-house
a struggle, and a struggle becomes interesting or compelling when the forces contending within it are well-matched
Personal problems, usually self-created, and generally reflective of a mentally unhealthy person.
a repeating sequence of forms that someone is unwilling to experience.
Keywords:  unity, series, events, invested, real
A series of real events invested with a dramatic unity and interest.
a film that depends mostly on in-depth character development and interaction
Keywords:  activities, informal
Informal dramatic activities.