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Ron Cerabona is an arts reporter for The Canberra Times.

Crossing Ahead celebrates 30 years at Canberra Dance Development Centre

Ron Cerabona  Canberra Dance Development Centre is celebrating its achievements while also looking to the future.

What's on for the Australian Chamber Orchestra 2016 season in Canberra

Ron Cerabona Wondering what to see when Richard Tognetti brings his company to town? Here are some of the highlights.

Hit musical Into the Woods comes to Gungahlin theatre in Canberra

<i>Into the Woods</i> comes to Canberra

Ron Cerabona The hit musical, which was turned into a Meryl Streep movie, comes to Gungahlin

It's lights, camera, action at the 11th Latin American Film Festival

Australian actor Miranda Otto stars in the Brazilian film, Reaching for the Moon.

Ron Cerabona There are comedies, dramas and documentaries in this year's line-up at the 11th Latin American Film Festival in Australia.

National Capital Orchestra has two concerts coming up at Llewellyn Hall

Ron Cerabona The National Capital Orchestra'a new musical director, Leonard Weiss, will lead it in two concerts at Llewellyn Hall.

WotOpera produces new work at Queanbeyan High School

WotOpera program manager Stephanie Acraman and her students Jennifer Smyth (year 9) and Frenchesco Harder (year 9) at Queanbeyan High prepare for their WotOpera performance.

Ron Cerabona In WotOpera, high school students write, produce and perform an original short work.

Kaninjaku: the Canning Stock Route exhibition opens at the National Museum of Australia

Artist/film maker Curtis Taylor, with 'touch tables' containing his film in the new exhibition, Kaninjaku: Stories from the Canning Stock Route at the National Museum of Australia.

Ron Cerabona A new edition of Kaninjaku: the Canning Stock Route exhibition highlights some new, previously unseen works.

Sport for Jove's Of Mice and Men opens at the Playhouse

Anthony Gooley as George, left, and Andrew Henry as Lennie in <i>Of Mice and Men</i>, at the Canberra Theatre Centre.

Ron Cerabona The story of George and Lennie, two itinerant workers in California during the Depression, still resonates as much today as it did when director Ian Sinclair first read it, at school.

Larry Sitsky wins 2015 Distinguished Service to Australian Music Award

Professor Larry Sitsky, composer, pianist, music educator at ANU is someone who looks forward rather than backward.

Ron Cerabona The Canberra composer, performer and educator has been honoured for his life in music.

Cult crocodile is a big highlight of National Gallery's PNG exhibition

crocodile

Ron Cerabona The biggest item in the National Gallery of Australia's new exhibition is a 6.3 metre long cult crocodile never before seen in Australia.

Narrabundah's Young Archies finalist painted her sister

Young Archie finalist Harriet Mitchell,18, of Narrabundah, Canberra, with her younger sister Romy, 6, who has sat for her portrait many times.

Ron Cerabona Canberra's only finalist in the Young Archie competition this year was 18-year-old Narrabundah artist Harriet Mitchell.

Mexican tenor to make Canberra debut at Voices in the Forest 2015

Mexican tenor Diego Torre studied at the National School of Music in Mexico City.

Ron Cerabona This year's Voices in the Forest will be the fifth. To mark the occasion, and because opera is a romantic idiom.

Canberra artist Luke Chiswell to open exhibition Touch Line in New York

Canberra artist Luke Chiswell with one of his artworks.

Ron Cerabona Canberra artist Luke Chiswell's show Touch Line involves images of intimate parts of the body he has drawn on then photographed.

Canberra Rep takes a comic look at the legendary Casanova

Tony Turner, as the older Casanova, reflects on the wicked antics of his misspent youth, with Steph Roberts as Edith in Canberra Rep's Casanova.

Ron Cerabona The exploits of legendary lover Giacomo Casanova come to the stage.

Alana Valentine's Head Full of Love comes to Street Theatre in Canberra

The striking set of the play Head Full of Love.

Ron Cerabona A beanie festival forms the backdrop to a story of two very different women who form a friendship.

Storm Boy is a stage adaptation of Colin Thiele's classic novel

Storm Boy, the classic novel by Colin Thiele is on at the Playhouse, Canberra Theatre Centre.

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.

Spectacular Jesus Christ Superstar rises at AIS Arena

Jesus

Ron Cerabona Luke Kennedy and Michael Falzon take the arena spotlight in a musical masterpiece.

2015 Australian National Eisteddfod - Bands and Orchestras is on this week

Lindsay Frost at the Australian National Eistedfodd.

Ron Cerabona The bands and orchestras division provides opportunities and challenges.

Segue at The Street Theatre explores connections between Australia and Europe

John Romau in a scene from <i>Massacre</i>.

Ron Cerabona A new festival explores the links between performance in Australia and Europe.

Miriam Margolyes is entertaining and provocative

Miriam Margolyes calls herself a

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."