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Ron Cerabona is an arts reporter for The Canberra Times.
Reviewer: RON CERABONA Film review Here's the good news. If you liked the first one's bloody combat scenes, there's more of that here.
Ron Cerabona Looking for something to keep you occupied this weekend? We've got you covered.
Ron Cerabona One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest is sometimes viewed as a conflict between good and evil - but these lines are often blurred.
Ron Cerabona Along time ago (well, about three years), in a galaxy far, far away (OK, it was Newtown in Sydney), Star Wars Burlesque was born.
Ron Cerabona Does Les Miserables leave you miserable? Does The Phantom of the Opera haunt you?
Ron Cerabona Canberra author Kerry-Anne Walsh has been nominated for an Indie Award for The Stalking of Julia Gillard.
Ron Cerabona Andrew Hansen and Chris Taylor team up in One Man Show for the Canberra Comedy Festival. But isn’t there something anomalous about that title?
Ron Cerabona Enlighten, says its creative producer, Gemma Pepper, ‘‘is all about experiencing Canberra in a completely new way.’’
Ron Cerabona Why is it so Hard? is the title of one of Charles Bradley's songs. If anyone has earned the right to ask such a question, it's Bradley.
Ron Cerabona Two musicals were the biggest winners at the 19th Canberra Area Theatre Awards on Saturday night.
Reviewer: RON CERABONA This isn't a film for the squeamish, although the gore isn't as extreme as it could have been; a lot is suggested rather than explicit.
Ron Cerabona Former Canberra actor Damien Bermingham is burly and bald and first to admit he’s not the conventional leading-man type.
Ron Cerabona Being immersed in music from a young age, incurably curious, and largely self-taught was a brilliant concoction for John Shortis.
Ron Cerabona A touring production reflects the attraction of the author's intriguing work, writes Ron Cerabona.
Ron Cerabona A guide to what's happening in the capital this weekend.
Ron Cerabona Are you looking for a slightly different experience on Valentine's Day?
Ron Cerabona Amid the drama there is a lot of humour within the interactions of the characters, writes Ron Cerabona.
Ron Cerabona This is a powerful film but I have some small reservations. But more of that later.
Ron Cerabona The first Poetry at the Gods reading by Les Murray has sold out, so second has been arranged.
Ron Cerabona An adaptation of one of the world's most popular books is having its Australian premiere in Queanbeyan.