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Savvy theatergoers will also be lining up early to secure tickets for Rosemary Harris's latest visit to the New York stage. Ms. Harris possesses a virtually peerless ability to instill a role with keen intelligence, sensitivity and a special brand of radiant dignity. At the Manhattan Theater Club she'll be appearing in a new play by Ariel Dorfman, the Chilean-American author of "Death and the Maiden." In "The Other Side," Ms. Harris and another invaluable stage veteran, John Cullum, will play a husband and wife engaged in the grim task of identifying the dead in a brutal war between unnamed countries. (Stage I, City Center. Previews begin Nov. 10. Opens Dec. 6.)