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.
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What does “blatherskite” mean?
Origin of little theater
First recorded in 1765–75
Words nearby little theater
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