Definition of am-dram in English:

am-dram

Syllabification: am-dram
Pronunciation: /ˈam ˌdram
 
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noun

informal , chiefly British
[treated as singular or plural] Amateur dramatics: a performance poised somewhere between slapstick and below-average am-dram
More example sentences
  • Her life revolves around her dogs, the local am-dram society, the church, bell-ringing and village gossip.
  • I think this, not sets or production values, highlights that ultimate difference between am-dram and proper productions.
  • He got involved in am-dram, but at 27 he decided that he either wanted to be a social worker or an actor.

Origin

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