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Ron Cerabona is an arts reporter for The Canberra Times.
Ron Cerabona The exploits of legendary lover Giacomo Casanova come to the stage.
Ron Cerabona A beanie festival forms the backdrop to a story of two very different women who form a friendship.
Ron Cerabona Director John Sheedy said he felt a lot of pressure in bringing the classic Australian children's book Storm Boy to the stage, beloved as it was by generations.
Ron Cerabona Luke Kennedy and Michael Falzon take the arena spotlight in a musical masterpiece.
Ron Cerabona The bands and orchestras division provides opportunities and challenges.
Ron Cerabona A new festival explores the links between performance in Australia and Europe.
Ron Cerabona Miriam Margolyes is nothing if not forthright. In response to an admirer's fond compliment, she replied, "I'm not beautiful. I'm a fat old cow. I speak my mind."
Ron Cerabona International performers set to dazzle in show featuring series of top acts.
Ron Cerabona It's a true classic - a moral tale, a road story, a quest that has spiritual and religious connotations and a lot of fun, director says.
Ron Cerabona Three works in this year's First Seen program have more in common than their unfinished status.
Ron Cerabona The emotionally gripping play The Crucible opens in Canberra.
Ron Cerabona Actors Vanessa de Jager and Fraser Findlay said they identified with the characters in The Last Five Years - not their own, but each other's.
Ron Cerabona What's on this weekend.
Ron Cerabona The 34th Canberra and Region Heritage Festival has the theme Conflict and Compassion.
Ron Cerabona This year's festival of arts and activism marks Judith Wright's 100th birthday.
Ron Cerabona The 2015 Canberra and Region Heritage Festival recalls the centenary of Anzac but much else besides.
Ron Cerabona What's on in Canberra this weekend.
Ron Cerabona John Bell will be saying goodbye to Canberra, at least in his longtime role as artistic director of Bell Shakespeare, with the company's first production in its 25th year, William Shakespeare's...
Ron Cerabona Ruth Ellison talks about the jewellery and accessory design company she and husband Alistair run.
Ron Cerabona Cinderella (G): Live-action version of the classic fairytale about downtrodden Ella (Lily James) whose fortunes begin to change.