Patch Darragh and Keira Keeley will join Judith Ivey in the cast of “The Glass Menagerie” at the Roundabout Theater Company.
Thesps will, like Ivey, reprise roles they played earlier this year at the Long Wharf Theater in New Haven, Conn. Gordon Edelstein, a.d. of the Long Wharf, directed the well-reviewed Connecticut production and will helm the Roundabout incarnation as well.
Darragh (“Crimes of the Heart”) and Keeley will play the son and daughter, respectively, of Southern matriarch Amanda Wingfield (Ivey) in the 1944 Tennessee Williams play.
The actor who will play the part of the daughter’s suitor, the Gentleman Caller, has not yet been confirmed. Josh Charles appeared in the role at the Long Wharf.
“Glass Menagerie” will begin previews at the Laura Pels Theater, the Roundabout’s Off Broadway venue, March 5 ahead of a March 24 opening.