Now streaming: the December episode of ‘The Munro Review’

Miguel Gastelum and Haley White talk with guest host Terry Lewis on the December episode of ‘The Munro Review.’

What to do when you have a monthly arts talk show and you’re supposed to be two places at once?

You find a guest host.

That’s what I did for the December episode of “The Munro Review,” which premiered tonight on CMAC and is available for streaming on and YouTube. Veteran actor Terry Lewis fills in for me in the anchor chair while I report from the field.

The conflict was that my CMAC taping was scheduled for the same time as media night of “The Lion King.” I didn’t want to skip either, of course.

So Terry graciously agreed to step in as guest host.


Meanwhile, I have two stories on the show: an interview on location about Fresno State’s production of “Miss Bennet at Pemberley,” which opens Friday, Dec. 8; and a stand-up report from the Saroyan Theatre about “The Lion King,” which continues through Dec. 10.

Plus: Along with the usual features (Reviews and The List) from the studio, Terry welcomes Miguel Gastelum, Haley White and Amalie Larsen from The Fools Collaborative. As a bonus, Amalie sings a musical number to close out the show. Here’s the YouTube version:

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Covering the arts online in the central San Joaquin Valley and beyond. Lover of theater, classical music, visual arts, the literary arts and all creative endeavors. Former Fresno Bee arts critic and columnist. Graduate of Columbia University and Cal Poly San Luis Obispo. Excited to be exploring the new world of arts journalism.

Comments (1)

  • Jackie Ryle

    I thoroughly enjoyed this episode with Terry Lewis and guests. Both informative and great fun, and loved your inset from the scene of the Lion King. Thank you again for keeping us all up to date, informed, and excited about our wonderful arts scene. I always look forward to the show


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