Home is my Road by Florence Gibson MacDonald
Examines the role of international adoption in the cultural genocide of the Roma (Gypsy) people. Two Canadian women trace parallel routes in Romania; Grace is desperately trying to adopt a baby while Esme searches for her birth mother. Their lives intersect with a Roma family struggling for their survival in the post-communist revolution.
Keywords: Roma (Gypsy), European, international adoption, Romania
Year Printed: 2013
First Produced: 2003 at Factory Theatre, Toronto, ON.
Running TIme: 120 minutes
Male Cast: 4
Female Cast: 4