The boys are joined once again by Arts Fuse editor-in-chief Bill Marx, who opines on the continued demise of Boston fringe theater, most recently embodied by the loss of a home for the Gold Dust Orphans and the buying up of The Machine in Boston's Fenway neighborhood by a developer. The crew then discusses Paula Vogel's play Indecent, now playing at the Huntington Theater. Vogel's play was the subject of a debate between two critics in the pages of The Arts Fuse, with one lauding the it as a success, the other calling the writing obvious, and, at times, verging on Holocaust porn. Finally, Matt tries, and fails, to convince Bill and Lucas to watch Game of Thrones.
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