Beyoncé’s dad announces Destiny’s Child musical

It's coming in 2020

Beyoncé‘s father has announced plans for a Destiny’s Child musical to open in 2020.

Promising an “honest, behind-the-scenes look at how the greatest girl group of all time was created,” the musical Survivor: The Destiny’s Child Musical will be told from Mathew Knowles’ perspective and will follow the group from their humble beginnings to the peak of their stardom, addressing “the layers of evolution — good and bad — that Knowles faced during his pioneering climb into the music industry,” reports Broadway World.

“I want to pull back the curtain… I feel it’s time to give the world an opportunity to hear, see and feel the victories and failures that I’ve had as a husband, father, and manager who risked everything in pursuit of fulfilling dreams – those of mine and others,” Beyonce’s father added.

Je’Caryous Johnson, who previously worked on Snoop Dogg‘s bio-musical Redemption Of A Dogg has been brought in on the project.

“I am ecstatic to be working with Mr. Knowles on the development of Survivor: The Destiny’s Child Musical,” he said. “It is a unique and inspiring story that will fearlessly tackle hard truths, while bringing both vindication and healing to all who lived it. It’s fair, it’s real and it’s an absolute honour to know that Mr. Knowles trusts me to pen and produce such an iconic piece of American history.

“It is my mission to tell the stories of our legends and cement their legacies in the history of our world, but this one is very dear to me. As a native Houstonian, I have a special affinity for Destiny’s Child because we are from the same city and it is one that breeds greatness! I can assure their fans, and mine, that I will give everything I have to this story and will make sure it is the greatest show they ever experience!”

The musical will premiere in Houston in 2020, with hopes of making its way to Broadway and London’s West End later in the year.

Meanwhile, Beyoncé recently surprised fans by dropping a new live album to accompany her Netflix documentary Homecoming.