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Ron Cerabona is an arts reporter for The Canberra Times.
Ron Cerabona New films
Ron Cerabona The link between medicine and performing is?
Ron Cerabona Jugiong is this week holding its first annual Writers Festival. Catering to all writing experience levels, a wide range of activities will be on offer.
Ron Cerabona Jessica Symonds
Ron Cerabona James Lee is a veteran of musicals such as Les Mis, Miss Saigon and Phantom – but he's never played an ice-cream-dispensing robot.
Ron Cerabona This year's celebration of culture and creativity has something for every taste.
Ron Cerabona Circa's latest show combines circus, vaudeville and burlesque.
Ron Cerabona The 20th Canberra Area Theatre Awards remembered some past winners as well as celebrating this year's plays and musicals from Canberra and the region.
Ron Cerabona Emily Ridge is a history student, actor, in Canberra.
Ron Cerabona What's on in the capital this week.
Ron Cerabona What's on in Canberra this weekend.
Ron Cerabona The Canberra Multicultural Fringe Festival has everything from music to dance to burlesque.
Ron Cerabona The Canberra director plans a busy first year for his new musical theatre company with the production of two shows, writes Ron Cerabona.
Ron Cerabona Geoffrey Atherton has adapted Mother & Son into a play.
Ron Cerabona Curfew's Children draws on the author's memories of growing up in Ghana before he came to Australia 'to be part of the long river', writes Ron Cerabona.
Ron Cerabona Michael Miller's first feature film role was a challenge, but he enjoys playing the King in Cinderella.
Ron Cerabona The award-winning production of "Sweet Charity" is coming to Canberra. Here's a sneak preview.
Ron Cerabona Question Time with Canberra Multicultural fringe director Chenoeh Miller.
Ron Cerabona Pip Carroll chats to Ron Cerabona about his inspirations, his preferred way to chill out and his favourite time of year.
Ron Cerabona From free movie classics to the wonders of science, there is plenty of entertainment for children during the January holidays in the capital, writes Ron Cerabona.