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Ron Cerabona

Ron Cerabona is an arts reporter for The Canberra Times.

2016 ACT Screen Fund successful applicants

Ron Cerabona There's a lot of variety in the 2016 ACT Screen Fund's successful applicants.

Australian Talented Youth Project to perform at Parliament House

Australian Talented Youth Project artistic adviser Liz Lea, left, and project director Jolanta Gallagher at a dance class.

Ron Cerabona  The participants in the Australian Talented Youth Project will be performing at Parliament House on Wednesday.

Unseen: A Tribute to Marni Nixon by Melody Beck at Teatro Vivaldi in Canberra

Ron Cerabona Melody Beck is performing a concert celebrating the career of Hollywood vocal double Marni Nixon.

Litbits: February 6

Ron Cerabona  Literary events in Canberra.

Litbits February 13 2016

Ron Cerabona  Literary news in Canberra.

The Little Mermaid by Free Rain launches in National Zoo and Aquarium

Mikayla Williams will play Ariel in The Little Mermaid.

Ron Cerabona Free Rain's Canberra premiere production of the Disney musical was announced on Thursday.

Litbits January 30 2016

Ron Cerabona  Literary news and events in Canberra.

4000 Miles at the Q crosses generations

Stephen Multari and Diana McLean in 4000 Miles.

Ron Cerabona Amy Herzog's play explores the relationship between a grandson and grandmother, among other issues.

Canberra School of Bollywood Dancing celebrates 10 years

Krisha Jilson, head of the  Canberra School of Bollywood Dancing.

Ron Cerabona Krishna Jilson founded and ran her Bollywood dance school while also raising a family and working full-time.

DVD review: The Gift unwraps psychological tension


Ron Cerabona Australian actor Joel Edgerton is the star, producer, writer and director of this psychological drama.

Litbits: New home, new name

Bookings are advised to  hear leading poet Les Murray on February 9.

Ron Cerabona Literary news in Canberra.

The Last Time at Belconnen Arts Centre: Looking for love in Canberra

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Ron Cerabona A new musical explores relationships in the national capital.

Australian Youth Orchestra National Music Camp at ANU in Canberra

Taking part in the Australian Youth Orchestra National Music Camp are Natasha Hanna, 22, Josef Hanna,18, artist in residence James Crabb and Karla Hanna, 20.

Ron Cerabona The Hanna siblings are enjoying their first time at the Australian Youth Orchestra National Music Camp.

Jazz at the Gods 2016 at The Gods Cafe, ANU Arts Centre, Canberra

Hammerhead, from left:  Matt Gruebner, Duncan Archibald, Andrew Robertson (in Canberra, he will be replaced by David Theak), Ray Cassar, Greg Coffin, Jason Bruer.

Ron Cerabona This year's program is a rich and varied one, says organiser Geoff Page.


Life's a cabaret for La Clique in The Famous Spiegeltent

Shows take on a special intimacy inside the Spiegeltent.

Ron Cerabona The Famous Spiegeltent adds a little extra razzmatazz to La Clique's diverse line-up.

Thredbo Blues Festival 2016: Russell Morris, DJ Gosper star with 20 other acts

Russell Morris has enjoyed critical and commercial success.

Ron Cerabona Russell Morris and Dorothy-Jane "DJ" Gosper are two of the artists who will perform at Thredbo Blues Festival.

Canberra Symphony Orchestra 2016 season

Ron Cerabona The Canberra Symphony Orchestra's 2016 season will include a wide variety of music including Nigel Westlake, the Beatles and Rachmaninov.

CAT Canberra Area Theatre Award nominations

In Dramatic Productions' multi-nominated Into the Woods: from left, Veronica Thwaites-Brown (Baker's Wife), Grant Pegg (Baker), Kelly Roberts (Witch).

Ron Cerabona Canberra Area Theatre Award judges saw shows from the most companies in their history this year.

Litbits: Search for poet's corner in Canberra

Poet Les Murray will be reading on February 9.

Ron Cerabona Literary news and events in Canberra.

DVD review: Agatha Christie's Partners in Crime

Partners in Crime: The handling is flawed.

Ron Cerabona DVD review: Partners in Crime