Chicken Soup With Broadway Kids: A First Look at Carole King and Maurice Sendak's Really Rosie

The children's musical comes to New York City Center to close out the 2017 Encores! Off-Center season.

Carole King and Maurice Sendak's 1980 off-Broadway musical Really Rosie is back in New York for a brief run at New York City Center to close out this summer's Encores! Off-Center season. The storied show stars a host of well-known Broadway kids, including Falsettos vet Anthony Rosenthal and Fun Home's Zell Steele Morrow. Featuring iconic children's tunes like "Chicken Soup With Rice," "One Was Johnny," and "Alligators All Around," the show is geared primarily for youngsters, but parents, who probably grew up on the 1975 animated TV special with the same title, will no doubt find themselves feeling nostalgic. Here's a first look at the new revival.

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