Facebook By Brooklyne Beatty – October 22, 2020 0 617 TAGSBowman StreetIndianamiami streetovernightshootingSouth BendThursday Twitter South Bend police investigating overnight shooting Google+ Pinterest Previous articleSouth Bend Arbor Day Celebration set for Saturday at Leeper Park WestNext articleAmy Coney Barrett nomination moves to full Senate for Monday vote Brooklyne Beatty IndianaLocalNews Twitter WhatsApp WhatsApp Google+ Pinterest Facebook Police are investigating after an overnight shooting in South Bend.Officers were notified just after midnight Thursday that a gunshot victim had showed up at a local hospital.ABC 57 News reports just minutes before the call, police had been dispatched to the intersection of Miami and Bowman streets on reports of a shooting.It’s not yet clear whether these two incidents are connected.
View Comments The Way We Get By follows Beth and Doug, two people who wake up together following a drunken wedding reception they both attended. Forced to question how much they really know about each other and how much they care about what other people think, the two face a very awkward encounter revolving around love, lust and the whole damn thing. In addition to BBC America’s Orphan Black, Maslany has appeared on screen in Eastern Promises, The Vow, Picture Day and the upcoming Woman in Gold. She makes her New York stage debut with The Way We Get By. Sadoski was nominated for a Tony for his performance in Reasons to Be Pretty; he has also appeared on Broadway in Reckless, The House of Blue Leaves and Other Desert Cities. His upcoming screen credits include Wild, Take Care, I Smile Back and the NBC miniseries The Slap. The play will feature set design by Neil Patel, lighting design by Matthew Frey and sound design by Jill BC Du Boff. Orphan Black headliner Tatiana Maslany and Tony-nominated The Newsroom star Thomas Sadoski will take the stage for the world premiere of Neil LaBute’s The Way We Get By. The Second Stage production will begin on May 12, 2015 at off-Broadway’s Tony Kiser Theatre and run through June 28. Leigh Silverman will direct.