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Ron Cerabona

Ron Cerabona is an arts reporter for The Canberra Times.

Comedy about war, idealism and hypocrisy is still relevant
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Comedy about war, idealism and hypocrisy is still relevant

George Bernard Shaw's 1894 play, set during the 1885 Serbo-Bulgarian War, still has plenty to say today.

  • by Ron Cerabona

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Remembering the tragedy of the Black War

Remembering the tragedy of the Black War

A new exhibition at the National Gallery of Australia focuses on the period when 90 per cent of Tasmania's Indigenous population was killed.

  • by Ron Cerabona
Fame the Musical is coming to the Q with lots of young Canberra talent

Fame the Musical is coming to the Q with lots of young Canberra talent

Life can imitate art with the characters in this show about kids at at a performing arts school.

  • by Ron Cerabona
Comedian Tom Gleeson says his new show is a Sure Thing for laughs

Comedian Tom Gleeson says his new show is a Sure Thing for laughs

From the Catholic Church to unsmacked adults, Tom Gleeson will talk about a wide range of subjects in his new show.

  • by Ron Cerabona
The audience joins the actors on stage for this Patrick White story

The audience joins the actors on stage for this Patrick White story

In The Aspirations of Daise Morrow, the cast, the musicians and the audience are on a patch of grass under a canvas representing the sky.

  • by Ron Cerabona
Capital Life: April 27, 2018

Capital Life: April 27, 2018

Arts news and events in Canberra.

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Litbits April 28 2018

Litbits April 28 2018

Literary news and events in Canberra.

  • by Ron Cerabona
Around the world with Art on Screen

Around the world with Art on Screen

Paul Grabsky's series of films about art and artists have been internationally popular.

  • by Ron Cerabona
Ballet  Revolución is Cuban dance at the Canberra Theatre

Ballet Revolución is Cuban dance at the Canberra Theatre

Australian Aaron Cash is co-choreographer of this dance show, just one part of his long career.

  • by Ron Cerabona
The Aspirations of Daise Morrow brings Patrick White to the stage

The Aspirations of Daise Morrow brings Patrick White to the stage

Patrick White's short story has been adapted into an intimate theatre production.

  • by Ron Cerabona
Glorious! at the Q stars Diana McLean as awful singer Florence Foster Jenkins

Glorious! at the Q stars Diana McLean as awful singer Florence Foster Jenkins

This show tells the story of a singer who sang not well but with great enthusiasm.

  • by Ron Cerabona