off Broadway

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off′

(or Off′) Broad′way,


n.
professional drama produced in New York City in small theaters usu. outside the Broadway area.
[1950–55, Amer.]
off′-Broad′way, adj., adv.
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For Rothman, the $51 million acquisition and renovation of the 585-seat Hayes was a natural step for her company, which also produces in an off-Broadway theater on West 43rd Street; it just had a hit revival there of Harvey Fierstein's "Torch Song.
The retail building features a five-stage off-Broadway theater, a 475-space parking garage and TMPL, a state-of-the-art fitness gym.
I thought, OK, I'll have a great successful career if I'm doing off-Broadway theater.
She received the prestigious Lucille Lortel Award for excellence in New York Off-Broadway theater for Best Solo Performance in Dai (Enough), as well as two Drama Desk and U.
Back in October they performed a limited run of their concert-theater piece Raptured, produced by Off-Broadway theater group The Play Company.
Meryl Streep, who got her start working with the off-Broadway theater company in the 1970s, (http://www.
That's just one sustainable feature at 450 West 42nd Street, a soon-to-be-completed 60-story tower containing 151 condominiums, 500 rental units, a Frank Gehry-designed off-Broadway theater (which will open for performances next year), ground floor retail space, and the Yotel, the New York flagship of a London-based hotel chain.
Returning to New York, he worked in Off Off-Broadway theater and studied directing with Harold Clurman and acting with Sandy Meisner and Lee Strasberg.
When Actors Cabaret members went to the Big Apple in 2004 to perform "Pretty Faces" - a musical about "plus-sized women" - as part of the New York Musical Theatre Festival, they shared an off-Broadway theater on West 43rd Street with the original cast of "The Great American Trailer Park Musical.
This June he was able to use his background to help other incarcerated men find transformation through theater, appearing at Playwrights Horizons, an off-Broadway theater, with eight former inmates in "From Sing Sing to Broadway: An Evening without Walls," a benefit for Rehabilitation Through the Arts, a program for inmates in New York state prisons.
He enjoys running, movies, and off-Broadway theater.
Organizers say this reflects a connection between avid theatergoers and avid readers, something they tapped into when they organized the club three years ago at the Off-Broadway theater.