Professional Skepticism dramatizes how a corporate audit can be corrupted through deadline angst, sexual intrigue and intense professional rivalry. Fraud is discovered in the statements of a major client. The audit team's senior accountants try to finesse the situation through sidestepping the issues and humiliating the junior staff. Playwright James Rasheed artfully guides us through the imbroglio with his vivid use of language and sly characterizations. There are ethical questions of trust, betrayal and professional skepticism exposed, but the author hands down no judgments.