off off Broadway


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off′ off`

(or Off′ Off`) Broad′way,


n.
experimental or avant-garde drama produced in New York City, in small theaters, halls, churches, etc.
[1965–70, Amer.]
off′-off`-Broad′way, adj., adv.
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Last year's winners, collected in Off Off Broadway Festival Plays, 34rd Series, were written by Peter Barry and J.
Integrated ticket purchasing and streamlined navigation and search for viewing reviews for Broadway, Off Broadway and Off Off Broadway shows are some of the site's other features.
Other theater noms went to Off Broadway and Off Off Broadway fare that had played a few weeks (if they were lucky) at tiny downtown theaters that had once known life as a green grocery or a sweatshop.
Integrated ticket purchasing and streamlined navigation for viewing reviews for Broadway, Off Broadway and Off Off Broadway shows are some of the site's other new features.
In its second week, the show played to 75% capacity auds--but the average ticket price was just $15, a figure more common to the shoestring productions of Off Off Broadway.
In a booming Gotham market, Off Broadway and Off Off Broadway theaters--never exactly money-magnets--are finding it increasingly difficult to hold on to their spaces when far more money could be made with a boutique, a restaurant or a residence in its place.
A black box with less than 100 seats and a planned ticket price of roughly $10, the Greene will serve as an Off Off Broadway venue that LCT will program.
The show started at an Off Off Broadway theater co-op, blossomed in a Barrington Stage production, leapfrogged to Off Broadway venue Second Stage and, from there, to Broadway.
Adapted by the author from his own 2003 Off Off Broadway play, Bryan Wizemann's "Losing Ground" is the kind of actors' vehicle that still smacks of sawdust, the claustrophobic locale and dialogue-driven scenes rendering this translation to film (well, digital vid) superfluous.
Prior to his time on Broadway, he was the narrator/character El Gallo in the original east of the Off Off Broadway hit "The Fantasticks," which ran for more than 40 years.