This new drama looks at the plight of Native American iron workers who removed debris at Ground Zero after 9/11. Rather than one man's quest for meaning, 'Mangled Beams' is a play about a People.
On the morning of September 11, 2001, four men wait to be assigned work at the union hall miles from their home and families. Then the unimaginable happens. Unable to turn their backs on the tragedy, they go to work on the search and rescue effort at Ground Zero. While untangling the beams their Native American fathers and grandfathers once helped to put in place, they reclaim their identity and find personal redemption.
See it if if you like bad writing coupled with bad acting/ 2 good actors in it, good lighting.
Don't see it if if you enjoy a really badly written play that is not grounded with any continuity.
See it if I think there might be a good story under the wreckage of the writing and acting but the keyword is might. Every word and act was a cliché.
Don't see it if You could feel every actors' performance sweat, thereby every line felt memorized and not performed as the character, hence killing the show