Young Jean Lee is a New York City–based theater auteur who runs headlong into thorny cultural thickets where others fear to tread. She begins projects by asking herself: “What’s the last show in the world I would ever want to make?” That masochistic process has produced cuttingly funny shows that wallow in awkwardness, including Songs of the Dragons Flying to Heaven (about Asian American identity politics) and THE SHIPMENT (about identities foisted onto African Americans). UNTITLED FEMINIST SHOW takes the awkwardness a step further—it has no words. (On the Boards, 100 W Roy St,, 8 pm, $25, April 4-7)