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Ron Cerabona is an arts reporter for The Canberra Times.
Ron Cerabona It's a true classic - a moral tale, a road story, a quest that has spiritual and religious connotations and a lot of fun, director says.
Ron Cerabona Three works in this year's First Seen program have more in common than their unfinished status.
Ron Cerabona The emotionally gripping play The Crucible opens in Canberra.
Ron Cerabona Actors Vanessa de Jager and Fraser Findlay said they identified with the characters in The Last Five Years - not their own, but each other's.
Ron Cerabona What's on this weekend.
Ron Cerabona The 34th Canberra and Region Heritage Festival has the theme Conflict and Compassion.
Ron Cerabona This year's festival of arts and activism marks Judith Wright's 100th birthday.
Ron Cerabona The 2015 Canberra and Region Heritage Festival recalls the centenary of Anzac but much else besides.
Ron Cerabona What's on in Canberra this weekend.
Ron Cerabona John Bell will be saying goodbye to Canberra, at least in his longtime role as artistic director of Bell Shakespeare, with the company's first production in its 25th year, William Shakespeare's...
Ron Cerabona Ruth Ellison talks about the jewellery and accessory design company she and husband Alistair run.
Ron Cerabona Cinderella (G): Live-action version of the classic fairytale about downtrodden Ella (Lily James) whose fortunes begin to change.
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.
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.
Ron Cerabona What's a'happening in Canberra.
Ron Cerabona You Are Here, Canberra's curated festival of emerging and experimental art, will return for the fifth time on Wednesday.
Ron Cerabona Tuggeranong Community Arts Association celebrated a quarter of a century of fostering creativity.
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."
Ron Cerabona What's on in and around Canberra.
Ron Cerabona Black Diggers brings the stories of World War I indigenous soldiers to the stage.