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Ron Cerabona

Ron Cerabona is an arts reporter for The Canberra Times.


Tribute to nurses in war

Ron Cerabona The Girls in Grey, by Carolyn Bock and Helen Hopkins, is a play commemorating women who served in World War I.

Divergent's a sci-fi dystopia of the adolescent kind

Ron Cerabona Film review: Divergent makes for decent, if somewhat dour, entertainment.

What's on in the capital this weekend?

Ron Cerabona Looking for something to do this weekend? Here's a guide to arts in Canberra.


Ethical dilemma over moral code

Ron Cerabona Paul Langley's deep knowledge of anti-Nazi theologian Dietrich Bonhoeffer takes an unusual turn in the play Lies, Love and Hitler.


Playing in their memory

Ron Cerabona History, music and diplomacy will be brought together in an event on Thursday at Old Parliament House.

Lego Movie is sure to be a blockbuster


Ron Cerabona Film review: This foray into Lego is beautifully made, funny, and ultimately a touching treat.

48 Hours

Ron Cerabona A guide to what is happening in the capital this weekend.


The passion of the choir

Ron Cerabona In the lead-up to Easter, the Llewellyn Choir will present Bach's St Matthew Passion.

Clever canine leads way

Reviewer: RON CERABONA Film review Here's a very pleasant surprise - a retread of a fondly remembered TV show that's beautifully done all round.

Paco Pena and the heart of flamenco


Ron Cerabona A Spanish master's new show traverses his genre from its roots to current expression.

What's on this weekend

Ron Cerabona Want to know what's on this weekend? We've got you covered.


Johnny Castellano Is Mine: Fairytale gets new treatment in Canberra

Alison Plevey in Johnny Castellano is MINE.

Ron Cerabona Canberra playwright Emma Gibson has reworked a classic fairytale into a contemporary story of obsession, rebellion and love.

Archaeologist Richard Burger to deliver final masterclass lecture at NGA

A preview of the major summer exhibition, Gold and the Incas: Lost worlds of Peru opens at the National Gallery of Australia.
The Canberra Times
05 December 2013
Photo Jay Cronan

Ron Cerabona Richard Burger is the Charles J. MacCurdy Professor of Archeology at Yale University. But he's also a field archaeologist who's not afraid to get his hands dirty on a dig.

Musical Theatre

Song not all harmony

Scott Irwin and Teagan Wouters in They're Playing Our Song: Must credit photo Tan Allaway

Ron Cerabona Composer Marvin Hamlisch and lyricist Carol Bayer Sager were - for a time - partners in life and art.


Family secrets intrigue in Warts and All

Oliver Baudert, left and Will Huang in

Ron Cerabona Researching family history is a popular pastime, but you don't know what you are going to find.

If only the characters would erupt

Reviewer: RON CERABONA Film review:Paul W. S. Anderson seems more interested in action and spectacle than the human side of things.

Singing to their city

Tobias Cole, artistic director of Canberra Choral Society. must credit photo by Hou Leong

Ron Cerabona Canberra Voices is a new program of choral music by composers with strong links to Canberra.

Chinese bushranger in focus

Cindy Li. Must credit photo by Mavis W. Photography.

Ron Cerabona Canberra writer Robert Macklin has teamed up with China's Cindy Jia Li to make a multimillion dollar co-production.


Austen Tayshus' quick wit coming to Canberra

Ron Cerabona It has been 30 years since Austen Tayshus' Australiana took Australia by storm.


Poetry launch

Ron Cerabona Ian McFarlane's new collection of poetry will be launched at 4pm on Sunday, March 23, at the Tilba Winery.