Definition of off Broadway
: a part of the New York professional theater stressing fundamental and artistic values and formerly engaging in experimentation
off–Broadwayplay \ˈȯf-ˈbrȯd-ˌwā\ adjective or adverb, often capitalized O
Origin and Etymology of off broadway
from its usually being produced in smaller theaters outside of the Broadway theatrical district
First Known Use: 1953See Words from the same year
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