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Dramatic Dra*mat"ic, Dramatical Dra*mat"ic*al, a. [Gr. ?, fr. ?: cf. F. dramatique.] Of or pertaining to the drama; appropriate to, or having the qualities of, a drama; theatrical; vivid. The emperor . . . performed his part with much dramatic effect. -Motley.

Dramatic Dra*mat"ic, Dramatical Dra*mat"ic*al, a. [Gr. ?, fr. ?: cf. F. dramatique.] Of or pertaining to the drama; appropriate to, or having the qualities of, a drama; theatrical; vivid. The emperor . . . performed his part with much dramatic effect. -Motley.

Dramatically Dra*mat"ic*al*ly, adv. In a dramatic manner; theatrically; vividly.

Dramatis personae Dram"a*tis per*so"n[ae] [L.] The actors in a drama or play.

Dramatist Dram"a*tist, n. [Cf. F. dramatiste.] The author of a dramatic composition; a writer of plays.

Dramatizable Dram"a*ti`za*ble, a. Capable of being dramatized.

Dramatization Dram`a*ti*za"tion, n. Act of dramatizing.

Dramatize Dram"a*tize, v. t. [imp. & p. p. Dramatized; p. pr. & vb. n. Dramatizing.] [Cf. F. dramatiser.] To compose in the form of the drama; to represent in a drama; to adapt to dramatic representation; as, to dramatize a novel, or an historical episode. They dramatized tyranny for public execration. -Motley.

Dramatize Dram"a*tize, v. t. [imp. & p. p. Dramatized; p. pr. & vb. n. Dramatizing.] [Cf. F. dramatiser.] To compose in the form of the drama; to represent in a drama; to adapt to dramatic representation; as, to dramatize a novel, or an historical episode. They dramatized tyranny for public execration. -Motley.

Dramatize Dram"a*tize, v. t. [imp. & p. p. Dramatized; p. pr. & vb. n. Dramatizing.] [Cf. F. dramatiser.] To compose in the form of the drama; to represent in a drama; to adapt to dramatic representation; as, to dramatize a novel, or an historical episode. They dramatized tyranny for public execration. -Motley.

Dramaturgic Dram`a*tur"gic, a. Relating to dramaturgy.

Dramaturgist Dram"a*tur`gist, n. One versed in dramaturgy. -Carlyle.

Dramaturgy Dram"a*tur`gy, n. [Gr. ? dramatic composition; ? drama + a root akin to E. work: cf. F. dramaturgie.] The art of dramatic composition and representation.

Melodramatist Mel`o*dram"a*tist, n. One who acts in, or writes, melodramas.

Monodrama Mon"o*dra`ma, Monodrame Mon"o*drame, n. [Mono + Gr. ? drama.] A drama acted, or intended to be acted, by a single person.

Monodramatic Mon`o*dra*mat"ic, a. Pertaining to a monodrama.

Music drama Mu"sic dra`ma An opera in which the text and action are not interrupted by set arias, duets, etc., the music being determined throughout by dramatic appropriateness; musical drama of this character, in general. It involves the use of a kind of melodious declamation, the development of leitmotif, great orchestral elaboration, and a fusion of poetry, music, action, and scene into an organic whole. The term is applied esp. to the later works of Wagner: ``Tristan und Isolde,' ``Die Meistersinger,' ``Rheingold,' ``Walk["u]re,' ``Siegfried,' ``G["o]tterd["a]mmerung,' and ``Parsifal.'

Explination we found from Wikipedia for dramas.

- drama is the specific mode of fiction represented in performance the term comes from a greek word meaning 'action ' (classical greek
- drama (Δράμα ˈðrama , ), is a town and municipality in northeastern greece . drama is the capital of the regional unit of drama which is
- 'drama!' is the first single released by erasure from their fourth studio album wild! . it was issued by mute records in the uk and sire
- a drama film is a film genre that depends mostly on in-depth development of realistic characters dealing with emotional themes.
- korean drama (한국드라마 , ), k-drama for short, refers to televised dramas, in a miniseries format, produced in south korea . these dramas have
- dramatic programming in the uk , or television drama and television drama series in the united states , or teledrama in sri lanka , is
- dramas shown in the morning or afternoon are generally broadcast on a daily basis, and episodes of the same drama can be aired every day
- radio drama (or audio drama, audio play, radio play radio theater) is a dramatized, purely acoustic performance , broadcast on radio or
- comedy-drama (also known as dramedy tragicomedy , comedic drama, or seriocomedy) is a genre of theatre , film , and television that
- a soap opera, often referred to simply as a soap, is a serial drama, on television or radio, that features multiple related story lines

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