Playwright Joel Drake Johnson’s story prompts a “No, she didn’t” response followed closely by a hand over the mouth. His conversations provoke a definite uncomfortable reaction. Stereotypes are teased out. Some of the dialogue is candy-coated politically correct. And other times, the offensive barb is just hurled. Johnson provides an office battleground for assault; cloaked paired with gasp-worthy. When a doctor wants to fire a black receptionist, he promotes his white office manager to spy. Rasheeda Speaking is discriminating from every angle.