February 24, 2021 / Modified feb 25, 2021 10:26 p.m.

"Retrograde Lemonade": Move like no one is judging.

Also on Arizona Spotlight: Playwright Elaine Romero is recognized for her body of work; and how the murder mystery podcast "Tucson Heat" came to be.

Arizona Spotlight

February 25, 2021

NPR

Featured on the February 25th, 2021 edition of ARIZONA SPOTLIGHT with host Mark McLemore:

A closer look at three new artistic collaborations that you can experience from home:

romerofest poster unsized The work of playwright Elaine Romero is being highlighted by more than a dozen performing arts companies in March of 2021 during "RomeroFest".
courtesy Arizona Theatre Company

"Hang & Focus Live" featuring Elaine Romero, Bryan Falcon, and Maria Caprile.

tia newby dance hero Dancer Tia Newby is one of the stars of "Retrograde Lemonade", a video collaboration premiering on YouTube 0n February 26th, 2021.

"Retrograde Lemonade" on YouTube.

  • And, a conversation with director Christopher Scott and actor Betsy Bruce from Elephant Scout Films about their adventurous new podcast Tucson Heat. This "Dirty Harriet" mystery is an action thriller about a veteran police officer and her rookie partner taking on a murder investigation that soon leads them into the underworld of The Old Pueblo.

tuscon heat poster hero Elephant Scout presents "Tucson Heat", starring Betsy Bruce as Detective Harriet Shepard & Chezale Rodriguez as Detective Jasmine Alicia. This eight-part scripted series follows these two detectives as they race to stop a spree of bank robberies and track down a serial killer before it’s too late.
courtesy Elephant Scout Films

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