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Ron Cerabona is an arts reporter for The Canberra Times.
Ron Cerabona The golden age of magic was recreated at the Canberra Theatre on Tuesday night.
Ron Cerabona What's on in Canberra's literary world.
Ron Cerabona From barbershop quartets singing Broadway songs to traditional carols to contemporary works, there's certainly plenty of variety.
Ron Cerabona Hits and memories from the last 70 years come to life in this revue.
Ron Cerabona Next year's offerings at the Queanbeyan Performing Arts Centre include plenty of shows by and about women.
Ron Cerabona The Canberra Critics' Circle chose an influential and still very active artist for this year's award.
Ron Cerabona Curated by Margaret Pomeranz, this is a season of some of the greatest films across a range of genres.
Ron Cerabona Literary news and events from in and around Canberra.
Ron Cerabona Four paintings of the location of the national capital are brought together for the first time in 100 years as a special exhibition opens in Canberra.
Ron Cerabona Infidelity, mistaken identities and escalating panic are all part of the mix in Canberra Rep's next production.
Ron Cerabona For the next two weeks Civic Square will be transformed into the modern equivalent of a Greek amphitheatre - but the content will be decidedly modern.
Ron Cerabona The National Capital Ballet School presents its first production of the Delibes ballet in nearly 20 years.
Ron Cerabona Tom Davis' new play at the Street Theatre is about how what happens to people reverberates through generations.
Ron Cerabona A selection of literary news and events from the Canberra region.
Ron Cerabona A round-up of what's happening in the Canberra arts scene for the week beginning November 14.
Ron Cerabona Fiona Hall's Wrong Way Time will open in April next year.
Ron Cerabona A Charnwood resident is one of the performers in the upcoming event.
Ron Cerabona Details of what is on in Canberra and region's literary scene.
Ron Cerabona Cheryl Barker has had a long and distinguished international opera career and is looking forward to performing at the National Arboretum for the first time.
Ron Cerabona Thousands of staff members and new students will receive a copy of a prize-winning debut novel.