Carol Kane, Larry Bryggman (“Proof”) and rising Off Broadway vets Tracee Chimo (“Circle Mirror Transformation”) and Morgan Spector (“Russian Transport”) are among the thesps joining Jim Parsons in the upcoming Broadway revival of “Harvey.”

Kane, whose recent Broadway credits include a stint in “Wicked,” will play the wife of the doctor to be portrayed by Charles Kimbrough, with Spector onboard to play another doctor at the institution where Kimbrough’s character works.

Parsons will star as the man who sees the titular invisible bunny and Jessica Hecht will play his social-climber sister. Chimo will portray the man’s niece who gets caught up in the play’s comic misunderstandings.

Rich Sommer (“Mad Men”), Peter Benson (“Promises, Promises”), Angela Paton and Holley Fain also join the cast of the show, to be helmed by Scott Ellis.

Produced by the Roundabout Theater Company in association with Don Gregory, the revival of Mary Chase’s 1944 play won’t begin perfs in time to be considered for this season’s Tonys. Show starts previews May 18 ahead of a June 14 opening at Studio 54, one of the Roundabout’s three Broadway stages.