Panic! At The Disco’s Brendon Urie Teases a Possible Musical about His Life

Brendon Urie from Panic! at the Disco performing in May 2016. Photo by Amy Harris/REX/Shutterstock (5684399cs)

Panic! At The Disco’s frontman, Brendon Urie already proved that he is a big-time talent by selling-out concerts with his bands and starring in Tony-winning stage show Kinky Boots. Now, it seems like he is ready to go even further.

In a recent interview with The Sun, Urie revealed that he is considering the possibility of writing a musical about his own life that would be adapted for both the stage and as a movie. The 31-year-old also shared that he already had discussions with several movie directors about the project.

“I’ve been talking to a couple of movie directors about film music ideas and about doing musical theatre, Broadway maybe,” he said for the magazine’s Bizarre column. “The ideal [scenario] would be to write music for an idea somebody else has come up with.”

“I talked about doing my origin story, growing up in Vegas, so we will see what happens,” he added.

Besides discussing his aspirations to write a musical, Brendon Urie also told The Sun that he has a goal of performing in a production on London’s West End, with Les Misérables and The Book of Mormon being among his top choices.

All of these plans will probably have to wait, however, since Urie is currently occupied with promoting the Panic! At The Disco’s latest studio album Pray for the Wicked. The band is scheduled to tour the United States through February before heading to Europe for shows in Germany and Netherlands.