Off-Off-Off Broadway

Far removed from traditional Broadway; in off-off-off Broadway productions or venues.
“off-off-off Broadway, adj., n., and adv.” OED Online. Oxford University Press, June 2016. Web. 26 June 2016.

It seems like the most frustrating part of having a brilliant idea is that it seems to take so long to actually get things going. We started filming a new video series almost three weeks ago and we are nowhere close to releasing even a teaser (I blame camera grip for not having the coffee ready). I can’t wait till the behind the scenes gets released, cause there a few really goofy moments I would love to share.

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