Drama is defined as a prose or verse composition, especially one telling a serious story, that is intended for representation by actors impersonating the characters and performing the dialogue and action. Or, a serious narrative work or program for television, radio, or the cinema. Or theatrical plays of a particular kind or period: Elizabethan drama. Or, the art or practice of writing or producing dramatic works. Or a situation or succession of events in real life having the dramatic progression or emotional effect characteristic of a play: the drama of the prisoner's escape and recapture. Or the quality or condition of being dramatic: a summit meeting full of drama.
However drama isn't what brings us here. What brings us here is pre-drama, that state of being inbetween drama, just before the shit hits the fan, when there is that nice calm before the storm. We are the willing practitioners of Drama, we are the vessels upon which it feeds, and it in turn sustains us. In all of it's forms, Drama is...
And not the way that "you know who" seems to think. What she calls drama is not drama but oppression and suppression of original thought.