Drama (genre)

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Drama is a genre of fiction and narrative that describes performances (of film, television, radio, or live theatre) intended to be more serious than humorous in tone.[1] In this sense, a dramatic work can be called "a drama" and is the opposite of a comedy. To distinguish from the use of the word drama to generally mean any live performance, a drama is often specified as a drama show or a drama film.

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  1. ^ "Drama". Merriam-Webster, Incorporated. 2015. a play, movie, television show, or radio show that is about a serious subject and is not meant to make the audience laugh