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Ron Cerabona is an arts reporter for The Canberra Times.
Ron Cerabona The Wharf Revue has seen a lot in its 15 years so even a sudden change in the prime ministership wasn't enough to stop it in its tracks.
Ron Cerabona Amity Dry's musical has struck a chord with audiences with its take on motherhood, careers and relationships.
Ron Cerabona A band with a unique brand of jazz head to Canberra.
Ron Cerabona Sarah Kimball will take over as Canberra Symphony Orchestra chief executive in December.
Ron Cerabona For a quarter of a century, Tuggeranong Community Arts has brought a wide variety of culture to the community.
Ron Cerabona There's something for every taste, from comedy to documentary to drama, in this year's selection.
Ron Cerabona Canberra Dance Development Centre is celebrating its achievements while also looking to the future.
Ron Cerabona Wondering what to see when Richard Tognetti brings his company to town? Here are some of the highlights.
Ron Cerabona The hit musical, which was turned into a Meryl Streep movie, comes to Gungahlin
Ron Cerabona There are comedies, dramas and documentaries in this year's line-up at the 11th Latin American Film Festival in Australia.
Ron Cerabona The National Capital Orchestra'a new musical director, Leonard Weiss, will lead it in two concerts at Llewellyn Hall.
Ron Cerabona In WotOpera, high school students write, produce and perform an original short work.
Ron Cerabona A new edition of Kaninjaku: the Canning Stock Route exhibition highlights some new, previously unseen works.
Ron Cerabona The story of George and Lennie, two itinerant workers in California during the Depression, still resonates as much today as it did when director Ian Sinclair first read it, at school.
Ron Cerabona The Canberra composer, performer and educator has been honoured for his life in music.
Ron Cerabona The biggest item in the National Gallery of Australia's new exhibition is a 6.3 metre long cult crocodile never before seen in Australia.
Ron Cerabona Canberra's only finalist in the Young Archie competition this year was 18-year-old Narrabundah artist Harriet Mitchell.
Ron Cerabona This year's Voices in the Forest will be the fifth. To mark the occasion, and because opera is a romantic idiom.
Ron Cerabona Canberra artist Luke Chiswell's show Touch Line involves images of intimate parts of the body he has drawn on then photographed.
Ron Cerabona The exploits of legendary lover Giacomo Casanova come to the stage.