ABC’s Shondaland authorised play is rounding out a cast.
Joining a untitled commander from Scandal‘s Paul William Davies are Hope Davis, Vondie Curtis-Hall and Rege-Jean Page, The Hollywood Reporter has learned.
Set in a Southern District of New York Federal Court, aka “The Mother Court,” a authorised play follows mint lawyers operative on conflicting sides — both for a invulnerability and a charge — as they hoop a many high-profile and high-stakes cases in a country, all as their personal lives intersect.
Davis (Wayward Pines, In Treatment) will play Jill, a smart and savvy sovereign open defender who is a trainer of all a newly minted open defenders and who creates it transparent to them from a impulse they get their cases that they’ve got an ascending climb.
Curtis-Hall (Daredevil, Chicago Hope) will execute William Byrne, an intelligent, eloquent, formidable, seasoned and satisfactory arch decider for a United States District Court for a Southern District of New York. He welcomes and swears in a newly minted prosecutors and open defenders.
Page (Roots, Waterloo Road) is set as Leonard, an arrogant and charcterised new prosecutor who is holding his initial box during a prestigious United States District Court for a Southern District of New York.
Britne Oldford (Hunters) stars as Sandra Black, a new open defender who is driven to a law since of an misapplication perpetrated on her family when she was a child. The impression still has snub from that long-ago trauma, though has motionless to channel it into movement around a law. Anna Deavere Smith, Ben Rappaport, Susannah Flood and Wesam Keesh turn out a cast.
Davies will coop a book and executive furnish a ABC Studios play alongside Shondaland’s Shonda Rhimes and Betsy Beers.
Davis is repped by UTA and Kipperman Management; Curtis-Hall is with Gersh; and Page is with CAA.