off-off-off Broadway

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English[edit]

Noun[edit]

off-off-off Broadway (plural off-off-off Broadways)

  1. An almost jocular term for theatrical productions performed in spaces remote from Manhattan, but nonetheless in the greater New York City area, and which otherwise fit the description of an off-off-Broadway show.

Adjective[edit]

off-off-off Broadway

  1. Of or pertaining to an off-off-off-Broadway production, or to the space they are performed in.