(also off-off Broadway or Off-Off-Broadway or Off-Off Broadway)
adjective & adverb
Denoting or relating to avant-garde, experimental theatrical productions in New York City taking place in small or informal venues.
More example sentences
- Moving to Los Angeles when he was 24, Freeman soon after found his spiritual home in New York, treading the boards in off-off-Broadway productions for the next three decades.
- Starting as an off-off-Broadway play at New York's Access Theatre in 1999, the play eventually found its way onto the big screen in a 2001 adaptation.
- The college student has continued to refine her manic, restless creativity, crafting off-off-Broadway spectaculars as often near-transcendent as they are insanely irritating.