professional drama produced in New York City in small theaters often away from the Broadway area and characterized by experimental productions.
experimental or avant-garde drama produced in New York City, in small theaters, halls, churches, etc.
designating the kind of experimental, low-budget, or noncommercial productions associated with theatre outside the Broadway area in New York
(of theatres) not located on Broadway
1953, “experimental theater productions in New York City,” from off (adv.) + Broadway. Even more experimental off-off-Broadway is attested from 1967.
A descriptive term for part of the theatrical community of New York City that presents small-scale, often experimental dramas. The costs of off-Broadway productions are generally much lower than those of Broadway plays.
[awf-buhj-it, of-] /ˈɔfˈbʌdʒ ɪt, ˈɒf-/ adjective, U.S. Government. 1. not included in the regular federal budget; funded through separate agencies.
- Off-by-one error
programming (Or “Obi-Wan error”) An exceedingly common error induced in many ways, such as by starting at zero when you should have started at one or vice-versa, or by writing “< N" instead of "
[awf-kam-er-uh, -kam-ruh, of-] /ˈɔfˈkæm ər ə, -ˈkæm rə, ˈɒf-/ adjective 1. occurring as part of a film or program but outside the range of the motion-picture or television camera: the off-camera shouts of a mob. adverb 2. out of the range of a motion-picture or television camera: The star walked off-camera at the end of […]
[awf-kam-puh s, of-] /ˈɔfˈkæm pəs, ˈɒf-/ adjective 1. located or available outside a campus. adverb 2. outside or away from a campus.
[awf-kast, -kahst, of-] /ˈɔfˌkæst, -ˌkɑst, ˈɒf-/ adjective 1. discarded or rejected; castoff: his offcast suits. noun 2. a castoff person or thing.