Dramatic may refer to:

  • Drama, a literary form involving parts for actors
  • Dramatic, a voice type classification in European classical music, describing a specific vocal weight and range at the lower end of a given voice part
  • Dramatic soprano, a strong voice which can be heard over an orchestra
  • Dramatic (album), an album by Casiopea
  • The Dramatics, 1960s American soul music vocal group
  • Dramatic Chipmunk, 2004 internet phenomenon

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List Of Awards And Nominations Received By Alias - By Award - Casting Society of America (CSA)
2001 Best Casting for Television - Dramatic Episodic (nominated) 2001 Best Casting for Television - Dramatic Pilot (nominated) 2002 Best Casting for Television - Dramatic Episodic (nominated) 2003 Best Casting for ...
Southampton Operatic Society
... For the next five years, the society alternated between dramatic and musical productions under the title of Southampton Above Bar Musical and Dramatic Society but in 1930 it separated into two distinct bodies - operatic and dramatic ... The latter group, The Southampton Amateur Dramatic Society (SADS) no longer exists ...
Dramatic Need
... Dramatic Need is a UK-registered charity (number 1119443) that sends international arts professionals (such as musicians, artists and actors) to host workshops in underprivileged ... Dramatic Need also provides art, music and film-making equipment to schools in South Africa and Rwanda ... Volunteers on the Dramatic Need programme work with the children towards producing a performance or exhibition based on the issues that directly affect their communities ...

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