The complete casting was confirmed by Roundabout Theatre Company on Jan. 12. Roundabout is producing the new interpretation of the Tennessee Williams classic in association with Long Wharf Theatre, which produced the play (featuring all but Mosley) in 2009 under the direction of artistic director Gordon Edelstein.
Performances (with Edelstein again directing) will begin March 5 toward a March 24 opening at the Laura Pels Theatre at the Harold and Miriam Steinberg Center for Theatre at 111 W. 46th Street. This will be a limited engagement through May 30.
Roundabout characterizes its Glass Menagerie this way: "In this fresh interpretation of Williams' haunting memory play, Tom Wingfield (Darragh) sits writing in a hotel room, trying to forge his past into art. Soon Tom's space is overtaken by the cramped apartment he once shared with his mother Amanda (Ivey), his beloved sister Laura (Keeley) and unrequited dreams as fragile as Laura's collection of tiny glass animals. There, Tom relives the Gentleman Caller's (Mosley) visit — the night that changed his family forever."
The design team will include two-time Tony Award winner Michael Yeargan (sets), two-time Tony Award winner Martin Pakledinaz (costumes), two-time Tony Award winner and MacArthur Fellow Jennifer Tipton (lights), David Budries (sound).
Tickets are available by calling Roundabout Ticket Services at (212)719-1300, online at www.roundabouttheatre.org or at the Laura Pels Theatre at the Harold and Miriam Steinberg Center for Theatre box office (111 West 46th Street). Ticket prices range from $70-$80. Through ACCESS Roundabout, a total of 100 $10 tickets will be offered over the first four preview performances beginning March 5.
The Glass Menagerie will play Tuesday through Saturday evening at 7:30 PM with Wednesday, Saturday and Sunday matinees at 2 PM.
Williams' plays include A Streetcar Named Desire, Camino Real, Cat On a Hot Tin Roof, Sweet Bird Of Youth, The Rose Tattoo, Summer and Smoke, Suddenly Last Summer, The Night of the Iguana and more.
Edelstein is in his seventh season as Long Wharf Theatre's artistic director.
Darragh appeared on Broadway with Paul Newman in the Westport Country Playhouse production of Our Town. Off-Broadway, he starred in Crimes of the Heart in Kathleen Turner's directorial debut at the Roundabout.
Ivey is the recipient of the Tony Award and the Drama Desk Award for her portrayals in Steaming and Hurlyburly, the Obie Award for her performance in The Moonshot Tape, and countless others for her stage and film work.
Keeley played Mairead in The Lieutenant of Inishmore at The Repertory Theatre of St. Louis, and debuted roles Off-Broadway in Green Girl, Local Story, Departures and The Young Left.
Mosley is a new "Scrubs" series regular (he plays med student Drew Suffin). And alumnus of the American Academy of Dramatic Arts in New York, he appeared in Manhattan Theatre Club's Back Back Back and has guested on a number of TV series.