Translation of drama in Spanish:

drama

obra dramática, n.

Pronunciation: /ˈdrɑmə//ˈdrɑːmə/

noun

  • 1

    • 1.1(play)

      obra dramática feminine
      drama masculine
      • He scowls at the drama on the television and starts fiddling with the remote control.
      • A number of films, dramas and television serials pepper us with these everyday.
      • She's produced single dramas for Radio 4 and youth dramas for local radio.
      • Radio too picked up the story, first in editorial commentary and then as a radio drama.
      • In addition to her contribution to music, she acted in a number of television dramas and feature films.
      • Egyptian films and television dramas are avidly consumed not just in Egypt but all over the Arab world.
      • He grinned to himself as he realized that the conversation in the back of his van sounded like an espionage drama on the radio.
      • Snippets of music, radio dramas and newsreels play in the background and laundry hangs over the audience.
      • The play is amusing and serious, and is a drama as well as being a musical of sorts.
      • His screenplay was written specifically as a feature, not as a series of short television dramas.
      • One of several television dramas on nuclear issues in the 1980s, Threads is arguably the most visceral.
      • Her next step into the world of acting was performing in television dramas in Delhi, with occasional roles in stage plays and operas.
      • TWO interesting Latin American fact-based dramas are scheduled for radio this weekend.
      • Television dramas were usually adaptations of stage plays, and invariably about upper classes.
      • Anyone regularly watching the various hospital dramas on television may have a slightly biased view of serious illness.
      • The actor won his second Bafta of the year on Sunday night for his performance in the television drama.
      • So I bought CDs of radio dramas from overseas and played them at home, and then later in the car.
      • Since then he has clocked up a number of small parts in minor television dramas and films.
      • It is a television drama from Japan that is based on a classic novel of the same name.
      • But what this reading underplays is the extent to which the play is also a revenge drama.

    • 1.2

      (plays collectively) teatro masculine
      (plays collectively) drama masculine
      (dramatic art) arte dramático masculine
      (as school subject) expresión corporal feminine
      (school/teacher/student) (before noun) de arte dramático
      • Bringing modern styles to Chinese drama, they are cultivating their own fans.
      • I teach a course on black drama every other year and always include one of his plays.
      • He was a pioneer in various genres including satire, literary criticism, and drama.
      • The appeal of such romantic drama, of course, is by no means confined to Australia.
      • One such is a professional actress and former drama teacher who directs for a hobby.
      • His first major book mixed journalism with drama, semiotics and literary criticism.
      • She landed the TV role only weeks after leaving drama school, beating off hundreds of other hopefuls.
      • She helps pay for her drama course at RADA by hiring out her services as a new form of advertising.
      • A full schedule of dance, drama and art activities is planned for the coming year.
      • The show is a refreshing change, and brings a wholly new element to the medical drama genre.
      • If there's a genre lower on the commercial totem pole than drama, it might be theatre criticism.
      • The second half of the evening was filled with drama, comedy and mime from the senior classes.
      • For her audition she had to recite two drama pieces and perform three song and dance numbers.
      • Inspired by his drama teacher, he began to perform his own sketches and shows.
      • At A-level, he hopes to take English literature, economics, drama and sports studies.
      • The money will go towards the school's planned amphitheatre and other drama activities.
      • Every evening there were activities like drama, art, swimming, sports or lectures.
      • The play had been written and produced by the school's drama teacher.
      • However talented dancer that she is, she soon became a dance and drama teacher at the school.
      • Everyone is welcome to the acting workshops, regardless of drama experience.
      • The movies scheduled to be shown come from many genres including drama, comedy and thrillers.
      • She was a dynamic, passionate, and caring woman, who loved drama and literature as much as medicine.
      • She has choreographed for ballet, musical comedy, and drama productions.
      • For a number of years now, he has worked with young carers in the area offering drama workshops and activities.
      • In literature and drama lessons there is an increasing exposure to unsavoury material and language.
      • In his case the innovation was even a new style of combined music and drama that we now know as opera.
      • A bleak account of a nuclear attack on Kent and its aftermath, mixing drama with documentary styles.
      • They are vital, they are fresh, they are not cliquey and most of all they have heart for drama and acting.
      • My drama teacher made us do monologues from Animal Farm, which is a sure-fire way of ruining any book.
      • He said a number of activities such as drama and cultural dances had been organised during the event.
      • Edinburgh's official drama programme normally improves as it goes along.
      • Then, in the late afternoon and evenings, it is used by youngsters in music clubs, drama groups and other activities.
      • Its sub groups included clubs for activities like drama, art and crafts, and country dancing.
      • There were a range of optional subjects like Australian and American literature and drama.
      • She already had a degree and a diploma in drama, and at the age of 47, she got her Equity card.
      • But in the world of drama, he towers above other contemporaries.
      • We all know the genre, the made-for-TV drama, loosely or tightly based on a sensational news story.
      • He said the ground floor would have a sliding door to make separate areas for activities such as drama productions.
      • News, soaps and home-grown comedy and drama are considered the most important genres
      • She is a former actress and drama teacher who lives not far from where I live now.

  • 2

    • 2.1(excitement)

      dramatismo masculine
      a movie full of the drama of war una película con todo el dramatismo de la guerra
      • Over the past 65 years Bromley Little Theatre has had more dramas than a Shakespeare play.
      • It's observation of character and situation is quite nice, but the drama is not only devoid of drama but also subtext.
      • The drama is in the emotional defences each soldier employs to survive the horrors they face.
      • Such anticipation as I had was more pleasure than pain, and the event itself passed without drama or incident.
      • Mother arrived on Friday, not without drama, of course and stayed until this morning.
      • The copy would be more vivid, pack a bigger impact and communicate better the drama of the event.
      • We experienced our share of adventures and dramas before putting three members of the team on the summit.
      • One robber leapt over the counter's security screen and let the other through during the drama yesterday afternoon.
      • You watch the emotional drama taking place inside and outside without getting caught up in it.
      • The drama of the event had the staffers buzzing but drew shrugs from the children.
      • This is all it takes for Daniel to find himself beaten and alone, a hostage in the drama of war.
      • It takes a look at the key events that saw the drama unfold.
      • That was only the start of the dramas for the racing squad.
      • I really enjoyed getting my head around the drama and the emotions.
      • Intimate cinematography and the drama of events unfolding makes for intense, absorbing viewing.
      • The drama of that event is so perfectly evoked you can feel the fear in the room and hear bones crunch as the executioner's axe strikes home.
      • These little incidents made me think about the countless dramas and crises that happen to people every day.
      • The drama behind the scenes at most events was almost more exciting than what the audience witnessed.
      • The drama started on the parade lap when he retired to the pits with a broken driveshaft.
      • No drama of course except for the popping of the exhaust and the head-turning styling of the car.

    • 2.2(exciting event, story)

      hijack drama continues continúan los dramáticos sucesos en torno al secuestro