Tuesday, September 6, 2011 | Categories: Past Episodes |
Two Gypsy boys sell second hand items under a railway bridge in Belgrade, Serbia. About 80 percent of Gypsy children in Serbia enroll in the obligatory primary schools, but only 20 percent actually graduate, according to the UNICEF mission in Belgrade. (AP Photo/Marko Drobnjakovic)
A Canadian in Belgrade
Serge Denoncourt is a well-known theatre director in Quebec.
But his most recent project took him far from home... to Belgrade, Serbia.
He worked with Roma (or Gypsy) youth, to create a musical, called GRUBB (Gypsy Roma Urban Balkan Beats).
Find out how the experience has changed his life... and the lives of the Roma.
And hear a review of GRUBB The Musical.
The music from GRUBB is available on CD and through itunes.