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The boys (Lucas Spiro and Matt Hanson) are joined once again by Arts Fuse editor-in-chief Bill Marx. The trio talks about the struggles of Boston’s small theaters, the most recent case coming at the arrival of a developer who has bought space in Boston’s Fenway neighborhood, which includes The Machine nightclub. When construction begins, the Gold Dust Orphans may well be without a home. The crew then discusses Paula Vogel’s play Indecent, currently being staged by the Huntington Theatre Company. Vogel’s play was the subject of a debate between two critics in the pages of the magazine — one lauding the script as a success, while the other called the writing obvious to the point of verging on Holocaust porn. Finally, Matt tries (and fails) to convince Bill and Lucas to watch Game of Thrones.
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Lucas Spiro is a writer living outside Boston. He studied Irish literature at Trinity College Dublin and his fiction has appeared in the Watermark. Generally, he despairs. Occasionally, he is joyous.