I see the biggest differences in E and I. If E's have something they want to dramatize you'll hear about it. We I's might journal, ponder it over a cup of coffee, 3 days later talk it through with our closest confidante, etc. We may then, of course, issue an edict of dramatic proportions, but it will be done calmly.
People are dramatic, not types. Why would they be? Most "F" descriptions and over sensitivities are just the enneagram heart triad's issues that they have. I just simply don't understand how certain MBTI types can be more dramatic. All that the letters mean are what functions someone has; and all that those mean is how someone thinks. How someone presents themselves and deals with the world is covered by the enneagram. If MBTI tries to cover this, it's just based on observations of of MBTI type + enneagram type common pairings; and it's inaccurate.
Define what you mean by drama. This is your thread. What do you want to know?