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Tatiana Maslany, the star of the BBC America series “Orphan Black,” will make her New York stage debut in May opposite Tony Award nominee Thomas Sadoski (“reasons to be pretty,” “The Newsroom”) in the world premiere of Neil LaBute’s play “The Way We Get By,” Second Stage Theater announced on Tuesday. 


The drama centers on two pros in the dating world who sleep together after a drunken wedding reception and then reckon with the hook-up and modern romance the next morning. The Tony nominee Leigh Silverman (“Violet”) will direct. Previews are scheduled to begin May 12. 

obnews:

Tatiana Maslany, the star of the BBC America series “Orphan Black,” will make her New York stage debut in May opposite Tony Award nominee Thomas Sadoski (“reasons to be pretty,” “The Newsroom”) in the world premiere of Neil LaBute’s play “The Way We Get By,” Second Stage Theater announced on Tuesday.
The drama centers on two pros in the dating world who sleep together after a drunken wedding reception and then reckon with the hook-up and modern romance the next morning. The Tony nominee Leigh Silverman (“Violet”) will direct. Previews are scheduled to begin May 12. 

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Glamour UK: What do you get riled up about in a feminist context? 
Gillian Anderson: A lot. I have feminist bones and when I hear things or see people react to women in certain ways I have very little tolerance. 
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Gillian Anderson: No. I don’t feel sorry for men.