“Game of Thrones” is moving to theater billboards, and the author of the adaptation hopes it will shine in London’s West End and New York’s Broadway.
The task of adapting the play was taken over by British playwright Duncan MacMillan and director Dominic Cooke. The first play is expected to be released in 2023.
In the adaptation, they collaborated with American writer George RR Martin, the father of literary legends, and filmed this cult TV series after filming his literary series “A Song of Ice and Fire”.
The plot of the show will be a game in Harrenhal, about 17 years before the first season of the HBO TV series began.
“Few people know that when noble families and legions gather in Harrenhal and accompany the kingdom’s best knights in grand competitions, the bleeding will follow,” George RR Martin explain.
In the stage play, “many of the most famous characters will appear” from literary legends and successful TV series, which were filmed in eight regions including Croatia and aired from 2011 to 2019.
The playwright Duncan Macmillan has tried to adapt to the theatre adaptations of George Orwell’s novel “1984” and Paul Auster’s “Glass City”.
“Our dream is to establish Westeros (a fictional venue for Game of Thrones) on Broadway (New York) and the West End (London Theater District) and Australia,” said George Martin. The project before the coronavirus pandemic.