There seems to be a dragon spotting at center stage as George R.R. Martin is in the midst of pulling open those red draped curtains on a Game of Thrones-inspired Broadway play. According to The Hollywood Reporter, with award-winning playwright Duncan MacMillan helping, the spotlight will flicker on several beloved characters through the aid of being set at The Great Tourney at Harrenhal.
To sum it up in a breath, 16 years prior, there was a dark mystery cloaked contest lasting a total of 10 days. As it’s still in the beginning stages, there has yet to be an official casting confirmation. However, picking up a bow and arrow between the book’s pages include Ned Stark, Jaime Lannister, Prince Rhaegar Targaryen, and many other much younger variations.
Due to this, the set date for calling “places” will be 2023. New York City, London’s West End, and Australia are all on the location wishlist.