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This undated publicity photo provided by  Keith Sherman and Associates shows Peter Strauss in a scene from the new American play by Bruce Graham, "The Outgoing Tide," at the 59E59 Theaters in New York.  (AP Photo/Keith Sherman and Associates, Matt Urban)

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