Karate Kid Live Discussion and Q&A with Ralph Macchio

The Santander Performing Arts Center

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In a Nutshell

Enjoy a screening of the iconic 1984 blockbuster, followed by a discussion and Q&A with leading man Ralph Macchio

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The Karate Kid Screening with Ralph Macchio

  • The Plot: High school senior Daniel LaRusso moves from his beloved New Jersey to LA’s Resida neighborhood. Soon he’s drawing the ire of the local karate gang (all schools have ‘em), learning to fight from his apartment building’s handyman/martial arts master (every building should have ‘em), and becoming the Karate Kid.
  • The Stars Pat Morita (who takes an Academy Award–nominated turn as Mr. Miyagi), blond baddie William Zabka, Elisabeth Shue, and the evening’s distinguished guest…
  • Ralph Macchio: As Daniel LaRusso, Macchio inspired generations to be the best around (nothing’s ever gonna keep ya down), and taught that you can be a Karate Kid even if you’re in your early twenties.
  • The Legacy: In addition to spawning three sequels and a Jayden Smith/Jackie Chan reboot, The Karate Kid is ranked #40 on Entertainment Weekly’s list of “50 Best High School Movies.”
  • The Event: After a screening of the movie, Daniel-san himself treats fans to an interactive discussion and Q&A.
  • Pointers: If you care to ask Ralph about non-Karate Kid matters, try inquiring about his role as Johnny Cade in The Outsiders, his time on Dancing with the Stars, or, if you really want to laugh, ask him for on-set stories from My Cousin Vinny.

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