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Written by Joel Drake Johnson, Directed by Amber D. Montgomery
Theater Two
Shattered Globe Theatre
Resident Company

Whether it’s the doctor’s inability to remember her name, or the toxic fumes radiating from the Xerox machine and lab next door, Dr. Williams’ office is not made for Jaclyn. As the only Black woman in the office, Jaclyn is determined to keep her job. But when Dr. Williams promotes her White co-worker, Ileen, and asks her to spy on their only Black co-worker, Jaclyn has her work cut out for her. Fueled by a fear of difference and looming racial uprising, how far will Jaclyn, Ileen, and Dr. Williams go? SGT Associate Artistic Director, AmBer D. Montgomery, directs Chicago writer Joel Drake Johnson’s comedy-turned-social thriller about workplace racism.

To view a detailed content warning or to learn about special events and accessible ticket options for this production, please visit sgtheatre.org/rasheedaspeaking.

f you have purchased a virtual ticket you will receive a link to the virtual stream on the day of performance.

Running Time: 1 hour 30 minutes with no intermission


There is no late seating available for this production.

This event has no performances available for sale.

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