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off–off–Broadway

noun, often capitalized both Os

Definition of off–off–Broadway

  1. :  an avant-garde theatrical movement in New York

off–off–Broadway

adjective or adverb often capitalized both Os


Origin and Etymology of off–off–broadway

from its relation to off Broadway being analogous to the relation of off Broadway to Broadway


First Known Use: 1965


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