How to Eat Like a Child: Musical Info & Synopsis


How to Eat Like a Child explores the world of childhood and the unique behaviors associated with it. Based on the book by Delia Ephron, the musical provides a playful guide on the art of thinking, behaving, and, of course, eating like a child. How to Eat Like a Child showcases the universal experiences of growing up, from imaginative play to sibling dynamics, with a focus on the ups and downs of childhood, and the typical behavior that comes with it.

Musical Information

Musical Type: Pre-Contemporary (1984)

Cast Size: 20+

Genre: Theatre for Young Audiences

Setting: N/A

Creative Team

Music/Lyrics/Book: John Forster

Book: Delia Ephron, Judith Kahan

Cast Albums

NBC Project Peacock Special Cast➝


Licensing: Concord Theatricals➝


1980s, Child Roles, Family, Family-Friendly, FoodOne-ActRevueSchool

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