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“Orphan Black” Star Tatiana Maslany Books New Play by Neil LaBute

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Christopher Polk

Tatiana Maslany may be known for playing a dozen clones on the cult hit "Orphan Black," but this spring, she’ll be playing just one -- on stage.

Maslany make her New York City stage debut in the world premiere of Neil LaBute’s “The Way We Get By." The drama, about the morning-after of a hookup between two wedding guests, will begin its limited off-Broadway run at the Second Stage Theatre in March.

Thomas Sadoski, who stars on HBO’s “The Newsroom,” will join Maslany in the two-person play. This will be Sadoski’s first return to LaBute’s work after earning a 2009 Tony nomination for his role in LaBute’s "Reasons to be pretty."

Direction will come from Leigh Silverman, who was nominated for a Tony last season for her direction of “Violet," will run from May 12, 2015 through June 28. 

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