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off-Broadway

adjective

Definition of off-Broadway

  1. :  relating to theater productions in New York City that are smaller and often less conventional than typical Broadway productions




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off-Broadway

adverb

Definition of off-Broadway

  1. :  in a smaller theater or theaters in New York City outside of the Broadway theatrical district where the productions are often less conventional than typical Broadway productions <The play opened off-Broadway.> <He performed off-Broadway for years.>




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