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Topic - Tom Cavanagh
When the play "Freud's Last Session" opened in a Manhattan YMCA in 2010 it became an unlikely hit, but few could have predicted just how widely seen the session would become.
Eric McCormack is bracing himself.
It goes next to Santa Monica, Calif., with its most famous stars yet: Judd Hirsch and Tom Cavanagh, who say they were lured by a moving and provocative piece.
"I came into the first day of rehearsal and they said, `You're playing Lewis.'