'Den of Thieves' presents weekend of comedy
Bowdoin’s Masque and Gown performed four showings of Stephen Adly Guirgis’ play Den of Thieves last weekend.
Directed by Jenni Stobiecki ’13, Den of Thieves follows four people who must come to terms with their respective addictions, shortcomings and faults when they are caught attempting to rob a TriBeCa disco. Tied to chairs in a mobster’s basement, they must decide who among them most deserves to die in reparation for their crimes.
The play uses the characters’ dialogue to explore stereotypes in a way that is both accessible and entertaining.
Plans for a new dorm to go before zoning board
The College is working with the Brunswick Town Council, Planning Board and town residents to negotiate the zoning of the former Stevens Retirement Home on Harpswell Road for use as a dormitory next year. Situated directly across from the Brunswick Variety and Deli, the building would be used in its present layout after some cosmetic renovations. Twenty-five to thirty students would live in doubles and singles in the converted dorm.