Secret/e Play

Victoria play about HIV criminalization gets world premiere

SECRET/E : A new play by Jessie award winner Rick Waines.

Bruised and beaten, why is Billi under investigation?Secret/e Postcard

Assaulted by a violent boyfriend, why does Billi feel like she is the one under investigation?
An officer is asked to investigate a domestic assault and must face his own prejudice.
Guy attempts to reconcile a terrible decision that may have killed the woman he loved.


Meet the three main characters of Secret/e, a new play that explores ideas around HIV criminalization, intimate partner violence, love, consent, and the role that justice and the law can play in all these realms.

Secret/e will make its world premiere at Victoria’s Intrepid Theatre Club, 1609 Blanshard Street, opening November 27 and closing on December 1, World AIDS Day.

Secret/e press Release

SECRET/E runs Nov 27 – Dec 1
bit.ly/SecreteTix (Eventbrite)

ASL: Nov 29, 8pm
VocalEye: Nov 30, 2pm

Contains mature themes. Not suitable for children.

Tickets: bit.ly/SecreteTix

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