Literary news and events.
Ron Cerabona is an arts reporter for The Canberra Times.
Two large-scale choral works, one a Canberra premiere, are on the National Capital Orchestra's next program.
Paul Capsis was reluctant at first to take on the role of the eccentric expatriate Englishman but soon warmed to the task.
Outer suburban Canberra is the setting for Julian Hobba's new play.
Hannie Rayson's new play deals with issues of life and death, love and money, and sex and power.
What's happening in the literary world in Canberra and the region
Spare Parts Puppet Theatre Antoine uses handcarved European puppets to enact Antoine de Saint-Exupery's delicate tale.
Phoenix Players present a Pulitzer Prize-winning musical about a woman's struggle with bipolar disorder.
A new stage production tells the story of one of music's most famous and troubled partnerships.
Raoul Craemer explores the relationship he might have had with his grandfather in Pigman's Lament, his eccentric new play at the Street Theatre.