By Jabeen Waheed For Daily Mail Australia
Published: 04:53 BST, 18 October 2020 | Updated: 05:52 BST, 18 October 2020
Australian rock band INXS are set for their own live musical production.
The band's long-time manager Chris Murphy has joined forces with music labels Universal and Warner Chappell to bring the stage production to life, the Sydney Morning Herald reports.
The eagerly anticipated show will feature up to 200 songs recorded from INXS, beginning from when they first rocketed to fame in 1977.
Iconic: Rock band INXS will be the subject of a large-scale Broadway musical production. Pictured: INXS members Tim Farriss, Andrew Farriss, Jon Farriss and Kirk Pengilly in 2014
After discussing the project for a decade, Chris has brought on board Sydney-based producer Michael Cassel to develop the show.
Michael confirmed to the publication that a successful and well-known international writer will bring in the story to life.
'If all goes to plan, we could have a table reading with actors in Sydney sometime in early 2021. That would be our hope,' Michael said.