You could not have lived through the attacks of September 11 without being changed by them, and without thinking "Who are we?", "Who feels that they have had to bow down to us?" and "Who or what do we bow down to?". This, in a nutshell, is the notion of Bow Down, a new play by Joe Brady, directed by Raine Bode. The piece is set "on a stage at La MaMa," where a cast of newly-independent young adults are performing a comedy based on the events of the past year.