drama

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Englisch - Türkisch
{i} tiyatro sanatı
{i} sahne için yazılmış oyun
{i} tiyatro eseri
dramatik durum
(Tiyatro) facia
acıklı oyun
dramatik olaylar dizisi
ünalgı
drama
heyecanlı olaylar dizisi
sınalgı ya da tiyatroda oynanan oyun
çarpıcı veya birbiriyle çatışan olaylar dizisi
{i} dram, drama, oyun, piyes
{i} dramatik durum, dram; dramatik olaylar dizisi; dramatik
duygusal
tiyatro edebiyatı

Tom tiyatro edebiyatında okudu. - Tom majored in drama.

canlı
{i} dram

Bu kadar dramatik olma. - Don't be so dramatic.

Ben bir dönem draması görmek için tiyatroya gittim. - I went to the theater to see a period drama.

oyun/drama
{i} heyecan

Heyecan verici bir andı. - It was a dramatic moment.

dramatik özellik
tiyatro sanatı ile ilgili
tiyatro yazını
drama lesson
drama dersi
drama queen
(deyim) Herşeyi büyütüp dram haline getiren kişi
drama school
Tiyatro okulu
drama series
dram dizi
drama festivals
drama festivalleri
drama queen
(Argo) ilgi çekmeye çalışan
drama student
tiyatro öğrencisi
drama teacher
(Tiyatro) tiyatro öğretmeni
introduction to drama
(Eğitim) tiyatroya giriş
turkish drama
türk draması
music drama
müzikli dram
No drama
(deyim) Everything's allright! No harm döne! No problem! No worries!
No drama
(deyim) Büyütecek bir şey değil! Abartmaya gerek yok!
a drama
bir drama
conservatory, drama school
konservatuvar, tiyatro okulu
costume drama
kostüm drama
historical drama
Tarihi drama
hospital drama
hastane dizisi
kitchen sink drama
evye drama
native drama
ulusal drama
native drama
Yerli darama, geleneksel tiyatro
tv drama
Televizyonda dram türünde dizi ya da film
closet drama
(Tiyatro) okuma oyunu
costume drama
(Sinema) dönem filmi
domestic drama
aile dramı
duet drama
(Tiyatro) ikili oyun
european drama
(Edebiyat,Politika, Siyaset) avrupa draması
greek drama
yunan draması
greek drama 
(Tiyatro) yunan draması 
hungary drama
macar draması
i would like to buy a drama in english
İngilizce bir dramatik eseri satın almak istiyorum
jewish drama
yahudi draması
legitimate drama
canlı oyun
milieu drama
(Tiyatro) milyö oyunu
portuguese drama
portekiz draması
religious drama
dini drama
social drama
(Tiyatro) toplumcu oyun
spanish drama
ispanyol draması
swedish drama
isveç draması
swiss drama
isviçre draması
tank drama
olaylı oyun [amer.]
Türkisch - Türkisch
Dram
Makedonya'da Drina Nehri üzerine Sokullu Mehmet Paşa adına Mimar Sinan tarafından 1577 de yapılan 11 gözlü köprü
Tiyatro niteliği taşıyan radyo ya da televizyon yayını
Englisch - Englisch
Theatrical plays in general
A dramatic situation in real life
Such a work for television, radio or the cinema (usually one that is not a comedy)
A composition, normally in prose, telling a story and intended to be represented by actors impersonating the characters and speaking the dialogue
Rumor, lying or exaggerated reaction to life events; melodrama
(Serious) Exploration Drama Action Drama Bias Drama Growth 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
{n} the action of a play, a play, a poem
A town in Greece
You use drama to refer to plays in general or to work that is connected with plays and the theatre, such as acting or producing. He knew nothing of Greek drama She met him when she was at drama school
It is commonly designed to be spoken and represented by actors on the stage
1 the acts of the play are phases in the dreamer's own life being symbolically replayed
a dramatic work intended for performance by actors on a stage; "he wrote several plays but only one was produced on Broadway"
a story that you watch in a theatre or on television, or listen to on the radio; something written to be performed by actors (e g The drama presented by the students will be on Friday night )
Informal dramatic activities
A series of real events invested with a dramatic unity and interest
Dramatic composition and the literature pertaining to or illustrating it; dramatic literature
the literary genre which describes texts written for performance on stage, or on radio or television
The art of the theatre; plays, playmaking, and the whole body of literature of and for the stage
You can refer to a real situation which is exciting or distressing as drama. There was none of the drama and relief of a hostage release
A drama is a serious play for the theatre, television, or radio. He acted in radio dramas
the quality of being arresting or highly emotional
a literary composition, usually in dialogue form, that centers on the actions of charcters
a story written to be performed by actors
an episode that is turbulent or highly emotional
The art of composing, writing, acting, or producing plays; a literary composition intended to portray life character or tell a story usually involving conflicts and emotions exhibited through action and dialogue, designed for theatrical performance
{i} genre of performance involving emotional conflict
Father of the French drama Etienne Jodelle (1532-1573) Father of the Greek drama Thespis (sixth century B C ) Father of the Spanish drama Lopë de Vega (1562-1635)
the quality of being arresting or highly emotional the literary genre of works intended for the theater an episode that is turbulent or highly emotional
Father of the French drama Etienne Jodelle (1532-1573) Father of the Greek drama Thespis (sixth century B C ) Father of the Spanish drama Lopë de Vega (1562-1635)
the literary genre of works intended for the theater
Slang for rumor or lying. Created to "spice up life
An advertising technique of indirect address in which the characters speak to each other rather than to the audience
drama queen
Any exaggeratedly dramatic person, especially female
drama queen
A queen (effeminate man) who behaves and speaks in an overly dramatic manner so as to garner attention
drama queens
plural form of drama queen
drama critic
one who assesses and reviews theatrical performances
drama critic
a critic of theatrical performances
drama therapy
Psychotherapy that incorporates the use of dramatic techniques, such as improvisation and performance
drama-therapy
method of psychological treatment utilizing dramatization
bonnet drama
Costume drama set in an era when bonnets were worn

Instead it avoids the heritage or bonnet drama cachet by mixing a modern treatment with historic aspects.

costume drama
A period piece featuring elaborate costumes which capture the atmosphere of the portrayed era
radio drama
dramatized, purely acoustic performance, broadcast on radio or published on audio media, such as tape or CD

Radio dramas in America are online.

Hollywoodian drama
drama in the style of Hollywood
New York Drama Critics Circle Award
a special prize for excellent work in the theatre, given each year by a group of US theatre critics (=writers who give their judgement on the good or bad qualities of plays, actors etc)
Yiddish drama
Productions of the professional Yiddish theatre. European Jewish drama originated in the Middle Ages, when dancers and jesters entertained at Purim celebrations. By the 16th century, these entertainments had become elaborate plays performed in Yiddish, the language of the majority of central and eastern European Jews. The professional Yiddish theatre dates from 1876, when Abraham Goldfaden (1840-1908) wrote a well-received musical sketch in Romania and organized a troupe to perform his songs and plays. In 1883 anti-Semitic laws in Russia that forbade Yiddish plays compelled many actors and playwrights to immigrate to England and the U.S. The playwright Jacob Gordin (1853-1909) brought new material and adaptations to the U.S. Yiddish theatre, including The Jewish King Lear (1892), starring Jacob P. Adler, founder of a family of Yiddish-and English-speaking actors. In 1918 Maurice Schwartz founded and directed the Yiddish Art Theatre, which trained actors such as Jacob Ben-Ami and Muni Weisenfreund (later known as Paul Muni). World War II destroyed most Yiddish culture in eastern Europe, and by the late 20th century only a few Yiddish theatres survived in New York City, London, Bucharest, and Warsaw
art of drama
art of stage performance, ability to be a believable and impressive actor
closet drama
A play to be read rather than performed
closet drama
drama more suitable for reading that for performing
costume drama
a play that is about a particular time in history, in which people wear costumes from that time
creative drama
inventive drama, drama that stimulates the inventive powers
dramas
plural of drama
heroic drama
Restoration tragedy or tragicomedy composed in heroic couplets and generally characterized by exotic settings, bombastic rhetoric, and exaggerated characterization
kitchen sink drama
{i} form of British drama that portrays the working-class life
kitchen sink drama
a serious play or film about problems that families have at home
liturgical drama
Play acted in or near the church in the Middle Ages. The form probably dated from the 10th century, when the "Quem quaeritis" ("Whom do you seek") section of the Easter mass was performed as a small scene in the service. The plays gradually increased in length, with themes derived from biblical stories (particularly those of Easter and Christmas), and they flourished in the 12th-13th centuries. Their Latin dialogue was frequently chanted to simple melodies. They continued to be written into the 16th century, but the connection with the church eventually ended as the plays came under secular sponsorship and were acted in the vernacular. See also miracle play; morality play; mystery play
music drama
"Rheingold,"
music drama
"Siegfried,"
music drama
to the later works of Wagner: "Tristan und Isolde," "Die Meistersinger," "Rheingold," "Walküre," "Siegfried," "Götterdämmerung," and "Parsifal
music drama
and "Parsifal
music drama
"Götterdämmerung,"
music drama
"Die Meistersinger,"
music drama
"Walküre,"
music drama
to the later works of Wagner: "Tristan und Isolde,"
music drama
An opera that avoids discrete numbers such as arias, recitatives, or ensembles, and in which the music reflects or embodies the action of the drama
music drama
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
music drama
the music being determined throughout by dramatic appropriateness; musical drama of this character, in general
music drama
An opera in which the text and action are not interrupted by set arias, duets, etc
music drama
The term is applied esp
musical drama
opera in which the musical and dramatic elements are equally important; the music is appropriate to the action
radio drama
play performed over the radio, dramatic performance broadcast over the radio
television drama
movie that has theatrical elements and is filmed especially to be shown on television
Türkisch - Englisch
drama
see. dram
drama festivalleri
drama festivals
drama yazarı
dramatist
drama yazarı
dramaturge
yaratıcı drama
(Tiyatro) Creative drama

Some pedagogs from western countries thinks that creative drama is important for the children at the begining of educations.

dini drama
religious drama
drama
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