Princess Diana's story is set to be celebrated in a new and interesting way next year thanks to a musical written by the Tony-award winning pair Joe DiPietro and David Bryan. The "Diana" Broadway production will be focused on Diana, Prince Charles, Camilla Parker Bowles, and Queen Elizabeth II.

According to Express, when discussing how he found inspiration for the show, DiPietro said, "I was reading a book about her and I thought, 'This is an amazing story about an amazing woman,'" adding, "She has this aspirational aspect to her where she really wanted to do good."

Continuing, he said he had asked to see if anyone else had planned something around the late Princess, and when he found out that no one had, he and Bryan "jumped into it." Additionally, the musical will be directed by Christopher Ashley, reports USA Today.

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Set in 1981, the production will follow the Princess of Wales as she officially enters the British royal family. From there, it will explore her marriage with Charles, his affair with Camilla, and how the People's Princess felt about her relationship with the press.

The show will relocate from San Diego's La Jolla Playhouse, where it has already had a successful run, to New York City's Longacre Theatre. There, Jeanna de Waal will reprise her role as the Princess of Wales.

When speaking to the Playhouse, de Waal called playing Diana a "dream role" and said that she believes people want to "celebrate her." The actress' interview can be viewed below.

"Diana" is set to open on March 31, 2020.

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Britain’s Princess Diana arrives on Oct. 4, 1990 for a charity gala at the Departmental Auditorium in Washington. Kevin Larkin/AFP/Getty Images