Jesse Eisenberg certainly knows how to get the most out of an apartment setting. The actor-slash-playwright set his first play, 2011’s Asuncion, in an unkempt one, and put his second, 2013’s The Revisionist, in a tiny Polish one. The Spoils, his latest off-Broadway offering currently playing at NYC’s Signature Theatre Pershing Square, takes place in another —notably, much nicer—apartment (aptly designed by Derek McLane), this time in New York’s Lower Manhattan.
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