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Ron Cerabona

Ron Cerabona is an arts reporter for The Canberra Times.

Sex Tape is easy on the eye

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Reviewer: RON CERABONA Film review: Raunchy and disposable, Sex Tape has touches of The Hangover and is easy to watch.

Litbits: July 19

Ron Cerabona A comprehensive guide of what is happening in Canberra's literary scene.

Circa's S brings raw circus to Canberra

A scene from

Ron Cerabona The Helpmann Award-winning S has been seen in Montreal and Budapest and is now coming to Canberra.

Theatre: Devdas the Musical

Devoted: Nikhil Anand as Devdas and Ila Srivastava as Paro in Devdas the Musical.

Ron Cerabona Devdas, the tragic romance that has been filmed in India many times is coming to Canberra in the form of a Bollywood musical.

Theatre

Cirque Mother Africa comes to Canberra

CREATIVE FIREWORKS: Contortionist  Lazarus Mwangi.

Ron Cerabona One of the highlights of African musician and dancer Nomathamsanqa Mkhwanazi's career was meeting Dolly Parton.

48 hours

Lawyers on song: Legally Blonde the Musical. From left: Damon Grebert-Wade, as Warner, and Mikayala Williams, as Elle.

Ron Cerabona Saturday

Worst Band in the Universe Canberra Youth Theatre

Ron Cerabona Creativity, self-expression and being yourself are at the heart of a play, with a cast whose ages range from 10 to 17 reports Ron Cerabona.

Dawn of the Planet of the Apes evolves spectacularly

Ron Cerabona Film review: Ape versus human is a powderkeg of a situation and inevitably, a fuse is lit.

Theatre

Herman Melville's Bartleby still resonates in new Canberra production

Tension: Dene Kermond plays the young lawyer in Bartleby's workplace.

Ron Cerabona An update to Melville’s Wall Street tale will strike a chord with modern audiences, writes Ron Cerabona.

DVD review, Filth

Drink and drugs: James McAvoy plays depraved Edinburgh copper Bruce Robertson.

Ron Cerabona Writer-director Jon S. Baird's adaptation of a novel by Irvine (Trainspotting) Welsh is a frustrating experience.

DVD review Wolf Creek 2

Ron Cerabona A review of the DVE Wolf Creek 2 (MA15+) 3.5 stars

Litbits July 12 2014

Ron Cerabona Litbits July 12, 2014

48 hours

Legally Blonde the Musical

Ron Cerabona Entertainment in Canberra, July 12

Tracks DVD review

Tracks, the DVD.

Ron Cerabona This film, directed by John Curran, is impressive but a little remote, a bit like its main character.

Theatre

Improvention festival returns to Canberra

Life or death: The cast of Zombsical will plead for their lives in song.

Ron Cerabona The kings and queens of unscripted comedy and drama are back for another year, writes Ron Cerabona.

Penelope Boyd wins Cliftons Art Prize

A COUP FOR CANBERRA: Penelope Boyd, winner of the Cliftons Art Prize, with Cliftons general manager Richard Bourne.

Ron Cerabona Penelope Boyd has won the 2014 Cliftons Art Prize for her painting The Wait.

Question time, Ros Engledow

Ron Cerabona Ros Engledow tells us about her love of sailing and an embarrassing moment on stage involving a colleague's undone fly.

Canberra Philharmonic Society's production of Cabaret

Lined up: Angel Dolejsi (centre) and the cabaret girls in Cabaret.

Ron Cerabona Cabaret explores musically the decadent, dangerous world of Berlin in the dying days of the Weimar Republic.

The Rokitelly Man musical takes off in Canberra

Big idea: (From left) Alex McPherson. Miles Thompson, Debra Byrne, and Joe McGrail-Bateup in The Rokitelly Man.

Ron Cerabona It's been a fertile and varied year for home-grown musicals in Canberra.

Lit bits: Writers wanted for winter festival

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Ron Cerabona News of what is happening in Canberra's literary world.