antedating of "off-off-Broadway" 1959
SClements at NEO.RR.COM
Sun Feb 1 04:43:01 UTC 2004
M-W has 1965. OED 1967.
So, did Dorothy Kilgallen invent/popularize the "off-off" term?
3 March 1959 _Mansfield(OH) Newsjournal_ 15/6-7 (A syndicated column by Dorothy Kilgallen)
<<If the prices for tickets to some of the off-Broadway shows continue going up, someone had better start an off-off-off-Broadway theatre. (Current example: "On The Town" tickets are $5.85).
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