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The Nose Endorses Betsy Kaplan (And Sees 'In The Heights')

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Jon M. Chu's 'In the Heights.'

Betsy Kaplan has been producing episodes of The Colin McEnroe Show for a decade. Today is her last day. (Ostensibly, anyway. She's producing our show next Monday, which isn't really how last days are supposed to work. But it's very much how Betsy Kaplan works.) The Nose is crestfallen.

And: In the Heights is the big (and/or small) screen adaptation of Lin-Manuel Miranda's multiple Tony Award-winning musical. It is directed by Jon M. Chu and stars Anthony Ramos. It debuted in theaters and on HBOMax on Thursday.

Some other stuff that happened this week, give or take:

GUESTS:

  • Carmen Baskauf - Produces Where We Live on Connecticut Public Radio
  • Lydia Brown - Managing producer of Vermont Public Radio's Vermont Edition
  • John Dankosky - Host The CT Mirror's Steady Habits podcast, and he is news and special projects editor for Science Friday
  • Robyn Doyon-Aitken - Senior producer for Seasoned on Connecticut Public
  • Taneisha Duggan - Artistic producer at TheaterWorks
  • Jacques Lamarre - A playwright, and director of client services at Buzz Engine
  • Jonathan McNicol - Hasn't quit his job producing The Colin McEnroe Show
  • Ali Oshinskie - A corps member with Report for America covering the Naugatuck River Valley for Connecticut Public
  • Patrick Skahill - A reporter at Connecticut Public Radio, and he was the founding producer of The Colin McEnroe Show
  • Chion Wolf - Hosts Audacious with Chion Wolf on Connecticut Public Radio

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Colin McEnroe and Cat Pastor contributed to this show.

Jonathan is a producer for ‘The Colin McEnroe Show.’ His work has been heard nationally on NPR and locally on Connecticut Public’s talk shows and news magazines. He’s as likely to host a podcast on minor league baseball as he is to cover a presidential debate almost by accident.

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