Dundas joins the previously announced Sally Field, who will play Amanda Wingfield in the family drama set in 1939 St. Louis. Directed by Gregory Mosher, Menagerie will play the Kennedy Center's Eisenhower Theatre July 17-Aug. 8. "Tennessee Williams Explored," which is currently presenting Five by Tenn through May 9, continues with A Streetcar Named Desire, May 8-30, and is followed by A Distant Country Called Youth, June 11-13; Cat on a Hot Tin Roof, June 12-July 4; and the aforementioned The Glass Menagerie, July 17-Aug. 8.
In addition to her Broadway work, Dundas has appeared Off-Broadway in Furthest From the Furthest Thing, The Winter's Tale and Good as New, winning an Obie Award for her work in the latter. Her screen credits include "Law & Order: SVU," "Cosby," "The Education of Ma Bickford," "Changing Lanes," "Swimming," "The First Wives' Club," "Lorenzo's Oil," "Legal Eagles" and "The Hotel New Hampshire."
The John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts is located at 2700 F. Street, NW in Washington, D.C. Tickets for The Glass Menagerie are now on sale by visiting www.kennedy-center.org.