Off-off-broadway meaning

ôfôf-brôdwā, ŏfŏf-
The theatrical productions in New York City that are performed in the smallest or least established venues, often featuring avant-garde or experimental works.
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Of or having to do with noncommercial, highly experimental theatrical productions, presented in small halls, cafes, etc. in New York City.
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In such productions or locations.
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Off-off-Broadway productions collectively.
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(often capitalized) A New York City area off-Broadway-style show, but not operating under the aegis of the theatrical unions. These are generally very low budget, with limited casts and even more limited production values, performed in unconventional, ad hoc spaces.
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Of or pertaining to an off-off-Broadway production.
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