In the play the story is told from the point of view of the famous glove of the King of Pop.
It takes events from Jackson's life and retells them from the perspective of Jackson's glove, "who happened to be a musically talented alien trying to take over humanity", according to the musical's website.
Written by Julien Nitzberg, this production will also feature the musical's performers acting alongside "life-size puppets of the Jackson 5, Donny Osmond, Emmanuel Lewis, Corey Feldman and Bubbles the Chimp".
It is described as a "look at the unusual forces that shaped Michael and the scandals that tormented his reputation", as narrated by a glove that speaks and sings.
The full title? For the Love of Glove: An Unauthorized Musical Fable About the Life of Michael Jackson, as Told by His Glove.
For The Love Of The Glove is not the only project based on Jackson's life in production.
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When disagreements (naturally) arose about how to address said allegations, which were explored in depth in the currently-unavailable Netflix documentary Leaving Neverland, Nitzberg made a truly bonkers suggestion.
When the network (again, quite naturally) laughed at that suggestion, Nitzberg says he walked away from the opportunity back then.
Camera IconMichael Jackson in 1984 wearing the glove.
Nitzberg told Page Six a major TV network approached him to write a film about Jackson and the original plan was to make a straightforward biopic.
"It was morally kind of repugnant to me to do". The play itself is set to debut in Los Angeles next month, but Johnny Depp is already set to work on producing the movie.
Nitzberg has worked with Depp's production company Infinitum Nihil in the past, and the partnership became the flawless fit.