"I don't see race." These words, generally spoken with the best of intentions by "woke" white Americans, have the unintended consequence of shutting down any sort of honest conversation about race relations in this country. Blinders are fine for horses, perhaps, but not for people who say they are committed to social progress. This is but one of the takeaways to be drawn from Jeremy O. Harris's richly-layered, thought-provoking, and supremely well-acted Slave Play, opening tonight at the Golden Theatre. . . .