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Ron Cerabona is an arts reporter for The Canberra Times.
Ron Cerabona Two of Australia's most popular authors for young people have a strong Canberra connection.
Ron Cerabona Two of Australia's leading arts ensembles have joined forces to merge music and movement in Project Rameau, being presented as part of the Canberra Theatre Centre's Collected Works Australia 2013...
Ron Cerabona Angus Murphy can't wait to cut loose and kick off his Sunday shoes. The 19-year-old is playing the lead role in Supa Productions' Footloose, which opens at the ANU Arts Centre on Friday.
Ron Cerabona Lachlan Ruffy said The Book of Everything is "the most beautiful play I've ever done."
Ron Cerabona Bronywn Sullivan is ready for her close-up.
Ron Cerabona The world premiere season of Canberra playwright Duncan Ley's Home at the End opened on Wednesday at the Courtyard Studio, Canberra Theatre Centre.
Ron Cerabona It was third time lucky for Adam Buckley. The British tap dancer auditioned three times over four years to get into the musical, dance and comedy act STOMP.
Ron Cerabona Looking for entertainment in Canberra this weekend? Look no further.
Ron Cerabona It took a year and a half, a six-figure budget and a lot of hard work by dozens of people.
Ron Cerabona Andrew Lloyd Webber's 1986 musical The Phantom of the Opera can lay claim to being the most successful single entertainment event to date.
Ron Cerabona A quick look at literature around the capital.
Ron Cerabona It took two years, three choreographers and 44 dancers from Australia and overseas to create QL2 Dance's Hit the Floor Together.
Ron Cerabona Peter Robinson was quick to accept the title role in Canberra Repertory Society's production of Don Parties On. It was a decision he almost regretted.
Ron Cerabona ''I'm up in Canberra - the place where it all happens,'' said Jack Charles.
Ron Cerabona Canberra playwright Jim McGrath says his musical Heart of a Dog ''is a bit Frankenstein, a bit My Fair Lady and a bit Carry On Up the Kremlin.
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Ron Cerabona Want to see Australian Sex Party leader Fiona Patten's 2010 Sunrise debate with Family First's Wendy Francis recreated as a wrestling match? That's one of the scenes in Version 1.
Ron Cerabona It's the last weekend in autumn, and here's just a couple of ways you can get out there and enjoy it.
Ron Cerabona The Australian National Eisteddfod turns 75 this year. From Thursday, about 2500 musicians will take part in the bands and orchestras division across a range of age divisions.
Ron Cerabona Beethoven, Bowie, beatings and brainwashing are all part of the mix in Action to the Word's A Clockwork Orange.