Definition of little theatre in English:

little theatre

Line breaks: lit¦tle the¦atre


A small independent theatre used for experimental or avant-garde drama, or for community, non-commercial productions.
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  • Actually, he told her the day they met at a tryout for a little theater production, ‘you don't believe this, but some day I'm going to marry you.’
  • I miss being able to go the little theatres and watch an independent film.
  • At the moment I'm involved with trying to get together and build a new theatre, a little theatre in our town of Montville, which will be a place of excellence, and a place where culture can live in the mountains.

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