Recent Examples of psychodrama from the Web
A weeklong series dedicated to skewering the traditions, expectations, and psychodrama that surround wedding season.
Playing out alongside the romance of Bitter Tears is a psychodrama between Petra and her live-in assistant, Marlene (Irm Hermann).
Beyond that, the reporting from the conference is almost all about internal Tory-family psychodrama — that is, about Boris Johnson.
The beauty industry grapples with all of this psychodrama most literally, constantly pushing the right psychological buttons to gain entrance to our medicine cabinets.
Lee is an artist who creates highly personal performance pieces, a new variation on old-fashioned psychodrama combined with a New Age overlay.
Or that, at their best, these movies offer an enjoyable antidote to the crushingly pretentious psychodrama of Bruce Wayne, Clark Kent and other cape-carrying members of the Martha Cinematic Universe.
The more combustible Capote, who wore his psychodrama like a cascading pocket handkerchief, provides more obvious actorly substance.
From the start, Mother! is a married-couple psychodrama taking place in a rural, isolated house against the backdrop of mysterious and supernatural goings on.
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medical Definition of psychodrama
psychodramaticplay \-kō-drə-ˈmat-ik\ adjective
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