Definition of Realistic Drama?

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Realistic drama, as its name suggests, approximates reality by using acting methods, settings, plots, and sets that are similar to how they are found in real life. For example, actors speak like regular people, sets feature contemporary architecture, and plots are written in a way that makes the audience believe that they can actually happen in somebody's life.
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