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(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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At first it caused me to blush violently although I have seen several Old Years out at Rectors, and in other less fashionable places off Broadway, and in Vienna, and Hamburg.
The launch of Off Broadway Booking might benefit from increasing road traffic.
If Broadway's musicals trip all over themselves to open in the spring, right before the Tony cutoff, then fall is the time of year fox" Off Broadway to sing.
While the commercial Off Broadway arena has struggled over the last few years, it finally might be turning a corner.
Off Broadway composer and accompanist Dick Gallagher died Jan.
Salesforce, the global leader in CRM, today announced that shoe retailers Rack Room Shoes and Off Broadway Shoe Warehouse, owned by the German-based shoe retailer The Deichmann Group, grew their revenues with Salesforce Marketing Cloud, bringing consumer engagement data, campaigns and personnel from both companies onto a single CRM platform.
ADD OFF BROADWAY to the awards-season reach of the American Theatre Wing, the long-standing nonprofit that founded and co-produces Broadway's Tony Awards: As of this season, the Wing will partner with the Village Voice to co-present the Obie Awards, the annual kudofest honoring Off Broadway work.
Company series are listed, as well as seasons of professional regional companies across the US, Theatre World, Tony, and other award winners, and the longest running shows on and off Broadway.
The property is located one block off Broadway in one of the hottest Northern Manhattan locations.
What was not widely known at the time was that in addition to critique the Broadway and Off Broadway plays of others for "Show Business", a publication dedicated to the entertainment industry in New York.
On Broadway Layton choreographed a 1959 revival of On the Town, and, Off Broadway, Once Upon a Mattress.