noun, often capitalized both Os

Definition of off-off-Broadway

: an avant-garde theatrical movement in New York

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off-off-Broadway adjective or adverb, often capitalized both Os

First Known Use of off-off-Broadway

1957, in the meaning defined above

History and Etymology for off-off-Broadway

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

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