Quiara Alegria Hudes

writer and producer

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Lin Manuel Miranda's breakout 2008 musical "In the Heights" won four Tony Awards. Now it’s been turned into a movie.

Lin Manuel Miranda’s ‘In the Heights’ explores love, joy, and dreams in Washington Heights

Lin Manuel Miranda's breakout 2008 musical "In the Heights" won four Tony Awards. Now it’s been turned into a movie.

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