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Ron Cerabona

Ron Cerabona is an arts reporter for The Canberra Times.

'Reserved Seating Only' by David Ross Paterson looks at sport from both sides

Ron Cerabona A play about two very different perspectives on sport has something to say about life in general.

Litbits: Stephanie Owen Reeder shortlisted for Young People's History Prize

Ron Cerabona All the advice, inspiration and goss for everything writing-related in ACT.

DVD review

DVD review: The Killing Season

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Ron Cerabona This three-part ABC documentary, presented by Sarah Ferguson, is gripping viewing.

Theatre

The 26-Storey Treehouse comes alive on stage at Queanbeyan

Ron Cerabona The 26-Storey Treehouse has its own appeal as a communal experience, writes Ron Cerabona.

Canberra's Israeli Film Festival offers range of contemporary features and shorts

Ron Cerabona First-time AICE Israeli Film Festival director Richard Moore wanted a program that would provoke discussion.

DVD review

DVD review: The Curse of the Werewolf

Ron Cerabona The film looks good and Oliver Reed makes for a sympathetic as well as menacing hero

Litbits: Mark Henshaw will run a 10-week writing workshop

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Ron Cerabona Award-winning writer Mark Henshaw will run a 10-week workshop starting in September.

Harold Pinter's Betrayal in Canberra: Time twist 'knits everything together'

Alison Bell in Betrayal.

Ron Cerabona A clever time flip gives the audience a unique perspective in Harold Pinter's Betrayal.

Arab Film Festival at National Film and Sound Archive

'Ghadi' from the 2015 Arab Film Festival.

Ron Cerabona Films talk about Arab cultures but cover a wide range as the opening night pairing demonstrates.

DVD review: Get Hard is not one for the easily offended

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Ron Cerabona Will Ferrell and Kevin Hart star in this movie with plenty of cheap laughs - if you're in the right mood.

Litbits: ACT Writers Centre holds workshop with Angela Meyer

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Ron Cerabona Meet authors, hear poetry and get some tips on becoming a better writer. Literary events, readings and workshops around Canberra

Capital Life

Capital Life: Janet Angus exhibition at Belconnen, M16 Artspace exhibitions

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Ron Cerabona What's happening in the arts scene in and around Canberra.

Cult crocodile is a big highlight of National Gallery's PNG exhibition

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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.

Short + Sweet Canberra 2015 promises lots of variety

Ron Cerabona Comedy, drama and even musicals will be part of the show this year – and each play is only 10 minutes long.

Capital Life: Bungendore Fine Art Gallery celebrates 10th anniversary

Ron Cerabona  A round-up of what's happening in the Canberra arts scene for the week beginning August 1.

Gallipoli Symphony unites former foes

Chris Latham will conduct the premiere of the <i>Gallipoli Symphony</i> in Istanbul.

Ron Cerabona Musical talents from Australia, New Zealand and Turkey have combined to produce a symphony that is about to have its premiere in Turkey.

Rep's thriller Gaslight tackles timeless theme of marital manipulation

Ron Cerabona Patrick Hamilton's play Gaslight was first produced in 1938 and is set in London about 60 years earlier.

Gaslight by Canberra Repertory Society: A woman in peril

Ron Cerabona For the first time since 1946, Canberra Repertory Society is presenting the classic melodrama Gaslight.

CD review: Mercury Living Presence Volume 3

Ron Cerabona Mercury Collector's Edition Volume 3 is well worth exploring.

Sport for Jove's Of Mice and Men comes to the Playhouse, Canberra

Ron Cerabona Steinbeck's classic retains its dramatic and emotional strength in a powerful production which is coming to Canberra for the first time.