One of the two men recently appointed to manage Prince‘s entertainment assets suggested both the possible unveiling of unreleased tracks and a musical based on the late trailblazer’s songs.
"We’re going to be having a good time," Charles Koppelman, one of the managers, told The New York Post’s Page Six. "There is so much to be done with this estate. There are vaults full of music."
According to Page Six’s report yesterday (June 19), Koppelman "said there could be a Broadway musical featuring Prince’s hits or a Cirque du Soleil show."
Koppelman, who worked with Prince in the 1990s as head of EMI music, manages Prince’s entertainment assets alongside the singer’s former lawyer and manager L. Londell McMillan. Both men worked with Prince during his contract conflict with Warner Bros., during which he changed his name to a symbol.