Drama (Δράμα) is a town in northeastern Greece. Drama is the capital of the prefecture of Drama. The Drama prefecture is part of the East Macedonia and Thrace periphery. Drama is the largest prefecture that have only one province.
The economy of the modern-day Drama area had heavily relied upon the local paper and clothing industries during the previous years. However, these industries have moved across the border to Bulgaria, with a devastating impact on the local community's economy and employment. Other sources of income include agriculture, consisting mainly of tobacco plantations, small-scale mining and forest industry. Recently, there have been efforts to take advantage of the rich local natural environment and develop ecotourism in the area.
There is a modern ski resort on Mount Falakro. Drama also hosts an annual short film festival.