The martial arts, coming-of-age drama The Karate Kid has become something of a beloved cult classic since its release in the early 1980s.
The sweet contradiction of The Karate Kid is that the real nature of karate is, as the show says, ‘not for attack.’
The production’s director, Amon Miyamoto, is equally as excited, saying that the story of The Karate Kid is exactly what we all need in these difficult times.
And beyond my wildest dreams did I think what started out as a love letter to my devotion to Okinawan Karate and the man who taught me would become a full-blown Broadway musical.
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