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Ron Cerabona is an arts reporter for The Canberra Times.

Black Diggers at the Playhouse reveals untold stories of World War I

Ron Cerabona Touring play Black Diggers celebrates a little-known side of the history of World War I - at least 1300 Indigenous men enlisted to fight in the conflict.

The children in Free Rain Theatre Company's Mary Poppins

Mary Poppins, at left, Alinta Chidzey as Mary Poppins, Victoria Forster 10 as Jane Banks, Jake Keen 10 as Michael Banks, and Shaun Rennie as Bert.

Ron Cerabona Free Rain Theatre Company's Canberra production of the musical has two sets of Banks children playing different shows due to the long hours and late nights the show entails.

48 hours

Mary Poppins plays at the Canberra Theatre.

Ron Cerabona What's a'happening in Canberra.

You Are Here is back for the fifth time

Ron Cerabona You Are Here, Canberra's curated festival of emerging and experimental art, will return for the fifth time on Wednesday.

Silver Linings: 25 years of Tuggeranong Community Arts built on people sharing

Ron Cerabona Tuggeranong Community Arts Association celebrated a quarter of a century of fostering creativity.

Distance enhances relationships with kids

Ron Cerabona My mother was trying to get her three-year-old grandson Calvin into his car seat. He wasn't co-operating and, in time-honoured fashion, she told him sternly, "I'll count to three."

Your guide to the weekend in the ACT

Ron Cerabona What's on in and around Canberra.

QTC show brings iIndigenous fighters' unknown stories to the fore

Names and stories: The play's cast of nine perform about 100 roles.

Ron Cerabona Black Diggers brings the stories of World War I indigenous soldiers to the stage.

Mary Poppins flies in to the Canberra Theatre

Performing in Mary Poppins at the Canberra Theatre, from left, Shaun Rennie as Bert, and Alinta Chidzey as Mary Poppins.

Ron Cerabona The magical nanny is coming to the stage in Free-Rain Theatre Company's Canberra premiere production.

Question time with Mary Poppins actor Alinta Chidzey

Alinta Chidzey

Ron Cerabona Alinta Chidzey is flying high, literally, as Mary Poppins.

48 hours March 6 2015

Questacon, the National Science and Technology Centre, illuminated for Enlighten

Ron Cerabona New films

Question time: Grant Pegg, doctor and actor

Ron Cerabona The link between medicine and performing is?


Mark Latham

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.

Yanni Burton's Same Old Love benefit concert

Singer-songwriter Yanni Burton.

Ron Cerabona Singer-songwriter Yanni Burton has a personal reason for the benefit concert that marks his Canberra debut.

Question Time: Jessica Symonds

Ron Cerabona Jessica Symonds

The 26-Storey Treehouse set to delight children in Canberra

James Lee in <I>The 26-Storey Treehouse</i>.

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.

Enlighten in Canberra for the 5th time

Parliament House lit up for Enlighten.

Ron Cerabona This year's celebration of culture and creativity has something for every taste.

Circa goes Beyond at Canberra Theatre

Bridie Hooper performs in Circa's new show <i>Beyond</i> at the Canberra Theatre.

Ron Cerabona Circa's latest show combines circus, vaudeville and burlesque.

The Canberra Area Theatre Awards turns 20

News: 3rd July 2014. Legally Blonde the Musical. From Left: Damon Grebert-Wade, as Warner, and Mikayala Williams, as Elle. The Canberra Times. Photo by: Jamila Toderas

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.

Question Time, with Emily Ridge

Emily Ridge.

Ron Cerabona Emily Ridge is a history student, actor, in Canberra.