As it turns out, there really was a Rosie. Maurice Sendak found the spunky inspiration for “Really Rosie” — the musical he wrote with Carole King, in revival this week at City Center — right in his own Brooklyn courtyard. “He’d sketch her from his window,” says Lynn Caponera, his longtime housekeeper, caretaker and head...
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By Douglas Zimmerman - Thursday Sep 21, 2017
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