Though it reads like a reprimand at first, Who Do You Think You Are is sincere in asking the title question. The latest production from Anne Bogart's SITI Company for co-commissioner the Wexner Center (the ninth to be staged there) examines how the science of our bodies informs our behavior, and whether awareness of the varying electrical impulses and changing chemical combinations at work behind our actions can help change them for the better. Then again, does consideration of the chemistry in itself alter the things we do? In theory, these questions seem a lot to process, but in the play they come in a form we're all comfortable with - a quiz show.

Though it reads like a reprimand at first, Who Do You Think You Are is sincere in asking the title question. The latest production from Anne Bogart's SITI Company for co-commissioner the Wexner Center (the ninth to be staged there) examines how the science of our bodies informs our behavior, and whether awareness of the varying electrical impulses and changing chemical combinations at work behind our actions can help change them for the better. Then again, does consideration of the chemistry in itself alter the things we do? In theory, these questions seem a lot to process, but in the play they come in a form we're all comfortable with - a quiz show.