generally noncommercial drama, usually of an experimental nature and directed at a limited audience.
a small theater, producing plays whose effectiveness would be lost in larger houses.
- Little theatre
noun 1. (theatre, mainly US & Canadian) experimental or avant-garde drama, usually amateur, originating from a theatrical movement of the 1920s
- Little tin god
noun phrase A petty and self-important figure (1886+)
noun 1. the fifth, outermost, and smallest digit of the foot.
[lit-l-tuh n] /ˈlɪt l tən/ noun 1. Sir Thomas, c1407–1481, English jurist and author. 2. a town in NE Colorado.