Film director and journalist Cameron Crowe is adapting his fantastic 2000 film "Almost Famous" as a stage musical. Of course Crowe based the original film on his own life as a teen journalist for Rolling Stone magazine in the 1970s. From Rolling Stone:
Crowe has been developing the musical for the past couple years and first teased the project on Twitter (below) with a video of composer Tom Kitt performing at the piano. Jeremy Herrin (People, Places and Things) will direct the show, with Crowe's book, music by Tom Kitt (American Idiot, Next to Normal) and lyrics by Kitt and Crowe. No further information on when or where the musical will premiere has been announced at this time.
"It doesn't even feel like work," Crowe continues. "It feels like a new adventure, a natural progression but still true to the question that started it all. 'What do you love about music?'. Can't wait to bring it to you in the coming months."
— Cameron Crowe (@CameronCrowe) September 21, 2018