Definition of off-off-off Broadway in English:

off-off-off Broadway

adjective

US
  • Of, relating to, or designating theatrical productions and venues far removed from traditional Broadway and regarded as even more experimental, avant-garde, or uncommercial than off-Broadway or off-off-Broadway.

noun

US
  • Theatrical productions and venues of this type.

adverb

US
  • Far removed from traditional Broadway; in off-off-off Broadway productions or venues.

Origin

1950s. From off- + off-off-Broadway.

Pronunciation

off-off-off Broadway

/ˌɒfɒfɒfˈbrɔːdweɪ/