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Ron Cerabona is an arts reporter for The Canberra Times.
Ron Cerabona Eddie Murphy showed he could carry a movie on his own with this 1984 hit – wow, 30 years! – but it's a bit of a mishmash of elements.
Ron Cerabona Question Time with Laurence Anderson, doctor, author, filmmaker.
Ron Cerabona Despite a foolish bikini contest this amiable, star-studded romp has moments that work.
Ron Cerabona Kathryn Favelle, acting director, Community Outreach, National Library of Australia
Ron Cerabona MUSICAL THEATRE Ron Cerabona Making a musical of the classic 1950 movie Sunset Boulevard tantalised people for years.
Ron Cerabona Lone Survivor (MA15+) 4 stars
Ron Cerabona Dance studio owner Kym Degenhart talks about her ideal Canberra weekend, and why dance is her passion.
Ron Cerabona The actor has never forgotten how he felt when he landed the part of a pixie.
Ron Cerabona Canberra's first hospital, in Balmain Crescent, Acton was completed in May 1914.
Ron Cerabona Hachette Australia will accept submissions of young adult novels in all genres during October.
Ron Cerabona In a show where gender can be a guessing game, costumes and performances were never going to be easy, writes Ron Cerabona.
Ron Cerabona A comic musical duo and a children's picture-book author are among those given a boost in the Arts ACT round for 2015.
Ron Cerabona The Russian national dance show Kostroma is very much a family affair.
Ron Cerabona Musical theatre doyenne Queenie van de Zandt returns home next month to help children brush up on their audition techniques and to perform at the final Morning Melodies concert.
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.
Ron Cerabona Litbits
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..