"Do Not Pass Go"


 by Kim Hines



As long as we cannot be honest about our sexual orientation in the Black community, everyone is at risk of contracting HIV-AIDS


Solomon, a black gay man, has spent his whole life pretending to be straight---living on the "down low." 

His arrogance has led him to disregard safe sex practices; he contracts HIV.

His status is now battling full-blown AIDS. He is not responding to the battery of cocktail drugs prescribed to fight his disease.

Abandoned by most of his running buddies, the only friend who visits Solomon is the "fat white boy" Fred from his college days. Their relationship is complex and fragile. 

Randy, Solomon's caregiver, spends each day keeping his difficult patient in line as he wonders about his own HIV status.

This is not the "touchy-feely" type of AIDS plays that one is used to seeing. 

Running Time Approximately 1 hour and 30 minutes.


Cast: 3 males: 2 black and 1 white.



This show is for Adult Audiences




If you are interested in this play, contact

Kim Hines

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