Definition of "off-broadway" []

  • Of or pertaining to the professional theaters in Manhattan not in the Broadway area; performed in off-Broadway{1}. (adjective)
  • Designating the kind of experimental, low-budget, or noncommercial productions associated with theatre outside the Broadway area in New York (adjective)

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  • (of theatres) not located on Broadway (adjective) (c) HarperCollins Publishers Ltd 2016

Use "off-broadway" in a sentence
  • "The film and the Beales themselves have since inspired fashion lines, songs, a broadway musical, several off-broadway shows, and a 2009 HBO film."
  • "I know acting - I have a master's degree in it, have performed off-broadway, regional, etc., and have coached many, many actors, including a couple who've been on Broadway."
  • "As the song goes in the off-broadway musical "I love you, you're perfect, now change", we all have baggage, emotional baggage!"