At it's core, "Cloud Soup" is a story of man vs. rat, but the rat appears to have a serious advantage.
Featured on the December 6th, 2018 edition of ARIZONA SPOTLIGHT with host Mark McLemore:
- Have you changed your address in the last year? Did you know that may affect your voting status in Arizona? Nancy Montoya examines our state's voting laws, and the movement to clarify rules that may have prevented some votes from being counted in the last election.
Was your vote counted in the 2018 election? Use these links to find out:
A voter displays their "I Voted Early in Pima County" sticker.
- Meet Wolfe Bowart, a physical theatre artist who is staging his newest production Cloud Soup at the Scoundrel & Scamp Theatre in Tucson. The play combines magic, music and live special effects in a wordless, whimsical story for all ages.
Wolfe Bowart engages his audience as a tailor on a personal journey in "Cloud Soup".
Wolfe Bowart debuted "Cloud Soup" in Malaysia to enthusiastic audiences.
- What is AVATAR, and how might it revolutionize the concept of telling truth from lies? Mark talks with Jay Nunamaker, who is part of a team at the University of Arizona that is developing a technology that scans as many as 500 variables in body language and speech in hopes of building a better lie detector.
The dilation of a subject's pupils is just one of as many as 500 different metrics that the AVATAR technology uses to tell truth from fiction.
- And, Tony Paniagua talks with two enthusiastic members of the Pima County's Master Gardener Program. The group has been educating community volunteers for 35 years about topics including water conservation, native plant care and pest management.
The rain lily is one of the many flowers that can grow well in many Arizona gardens.
Tony Paniagua, AZPM