Helmed by Tony winner Cynthia Nixon, who is making her directorial debut, Rasheeda Speaking examines racial tensions in the workplace, playing at the Pershing Square Signature Theatre through March 22.
According to the New Group, "Despite their differences, Ileen (Dianne Wiest) and Jaclyn (Tonya Pinkins) have developed a real bond in the six months they’ve worked together at the front desk of Dr. Williams’ office. When the doctor decides to get rid of Jaclyn, he enlists Ileen to help him find fault with her. Jaclyn, sensing betrayal, turns the tables, unleashing a chilling power struggle in this incisive and crisply funny look at the unspoken tensions buried inside our 'post-racial' America."
For tickets visit thenewgroup.org or phone (212) 279-4200.