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Ron Cerabona is an arts reporter for The Canberra Times.

Reinterpreting a Greek myth for the present day

Reinterpreting a Greek myth for the present day

Christopher Samuel Carroll's movement theatre piece takes the myth of Icarus and true stories to present a tragicomic take of a refugee.

  • by Ron Cerabona

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Huge Sidney Nolan mural of Eureka Stockade donated to ANU

Huge Sidney Nolan mural of Eureka Stockade donated to ANU

The Reserve Bank of Australia has given the large-scale work to the ANU. It was launched to concide with the opening of the university's Kambri precinct.

  • by Ron Cerabona
Capital life, Saturday February 9 2019

Capital life, Saturday February 9 2019

Capital life

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Bringing bawdy burlesque and sultry songs to Canberra

Bringing bawdy burlesque and sultry songs to Canberra

Adults-only show Finucane & Smith's Dance Hall features everything from striptease to singing.

  • by Ron Cerabona
Story of a woman's desire for self-determination is still relevant

Story of a woman's desire for self-determination is still relevant

In Ibsen's play A Doll's House, Nora feels stifled by her marriage to Torvald, but what will she do about it?

  • by Ron Cerabona
Musical theatre favourite will sing under the stars

Musical theatre favourite will sing under the stars

Marina Prior will be performing a concert of show tunes and popera at Mona Farm, Braidwood with The Canberra Wind Symphony.

  • by Ron Cerabona
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Umbilical Brothers find it's not easy doing Green

Umbilical Brothers find it's not easy doing Green

The Australian comedy duo are bringing an early version of their new show, a work in progress, to Canberra.

  • by Ron Cerabona
Canberra Youth Theatre has two newcomers playing key roles

Canberra Youth Theatre has two newcomers playing key roles

CYT's new general manager and CEO/artistic director bring a wealth of experience to their jobs.

  • by Ron Cerabona
Theatre school gets a new name for its 10th anniversary

Theatre school gets a new name for its 10th anniversary

The Canberra Academy of Dramatic Art is now called Perform Australia, marking a decade of instruction in theatre and the company's expansion into other states.

  • by Ron Cerabona
Capital life January 26 2019

Capital life January 26 2019

Arts events and news in Canberra.

  • by Ron Cerabona
Southern Cross features in ANU-created Australian of the Year trophies

Southern Cross features in ANU-created Australian of the Year trophies

The head of the ANU Glass Studio, Associate Professor Richard Whiteley, led the team of staff and students who made the trophies for 2019.

  • by Ron Cerabona