After reading your recent “How I Did That” article about It's Karate, Kid! The Musical [March LD, p. 64], I felt the need to highlight some little discussed issues of the industry that I thought were glossed over. I respect Bill Sheehan immensely and find him to be a talented and well-qualified designer, but I would like to contradict the take that his production was a poor off-off-Broadway musical, when there were elements that elevated it beyond most typical off-off ...

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