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Ron Cerabona is an arts reporter for The Canberra Times.
Ron Cerabona Jukebox musical struggles to prop up weaker Proclaimers' songs.
Ron Cerabona Adam Shand, journalist, author.
Ron Cerabona If you love songs from the movies, a symphony orchestra and a military band, this concert is for you, writes Ron Cerabona.
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Ron Cerabona Film review: With a hint of Lord of the Flies, this Dystopian young-adult, sci-fi is a mystery worth pursuing.
Ron Cerabona Film review: Zach Braff's effort is far from a classic movie but it is personal, sincere and likeable..
Ron Cerabona Film review: This might be an unnecessary sequel to an unnecessary movie, but it is a pleasant time-filler.
Ron Cerabona In Equus, Martin Dysart is a psychiatrist who is asked by a magistrate to take on a most unusual case.
Ron Cerabona After two years of study at the Julliard School in New York, cellist Anthony Albrecht is reconnecting with his home country with a solo performance of Bach suites.
Ron Cerabona Bad Words (MA) 2.5 stars
Reviewer: RON CERABONA Film review: This eco-drama is extremely slow-moving, but for those with patience it can be savoured.
Ron Cerabona Literature news from Canberra and districts.
Ron Cerabona NIGHT MOVES (M) 3.5 stars
Filmmaker Sotiris Dounoukos talks about his Toronto short film, A Single Body, and his upcoming first feature movie
Ron Cerabona Canberra filmmaker Sotiris Dounoukos has received international attention with his short film A Single Body, which has recently been shown at the Toronto International Film Festival.
Ron Cerabona Film review: The sewer-dwelling Ninja Turtles are recycled to help pad out Hollywood's quota of big, dumb, junk-food action movies.
Ron Cerabona Sweet Charity is coming to the Canberra Theatre Centre, much to the delight of the centre's director.
Ron Cerabona Politicians beware – The Wharf Revue is back an no one in the public eye is safe from the arrows of outrageous satire.
Ron Cerabona Musical director Daniel Edmonds on being unbuttoned by Kate Ceberano, eating at home and always being ready for the unexpected.
Ron Cerabona Brooks' west is still wild and even contains a message, if you want to look for it.
Ron Cerabona The role of the horse in Australian life is well documented in an exhibition at the National Museum of Australia, writes Ron Cerebona.