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  1. plays or musicals are performed in New York City. "Off Broadway" originally referred to the location of a venue (and its productions) on a street in Manhattan's Theater District that intersected the street called Broadway—the long-time hub of the t

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  2. Now, generally speaking, the term refers to a venue within the Theater District whose seating capacity is less than 500, or to a specific production that first appeared in such a venue

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  3. The rationale behind the designation is based on the implication that an Off-Broadway production is smaller and less fancy—in terms of venue size, star billing, writers'/choreographers' credentials, production cost, etc.—than a "Broadway" product

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  4. There was a time when, regardless of the size of the venue, a theatre could not be considered Off Broadway if it were within the "Broadway Box (the traditional Broadway Theatre District)." This is no longer the case as evidenced by a number of theatr

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  5. New York Drama Critics' Circle

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