According to Showbiz411.com, Jerry Seinfeld and Seinfeld co-creator Larry David are collaborating on a Broadway play. Seinfeld recently referred to the project as “big, huge, [and] gigantic” during his recent Ask Me Anything session on Reddit.
David shared with Roger Freidman, “I’ve written a play [and] we’re talking about it,” and then hinted at the idea that Seinfeld would likely star in, direct, or produce the production. The pair first teamed up in 1988 to write an NBC pilot entitled The Seinfeld Chronicles. The series was later renamed Seinfeld and went on to become one of the most successful television shows ever. It earned 30 Emmy nominations over the course of 9 seasons. David went on to win a primetime Emmy Award for his episode The Contest in 1993.
Very little information has been released regarding a subject matter or a timeline for the project, but it seems as though the project is number one on David’s priority list.
In the meantime, David is now a writer for Curb Your Enthusiasm which is entering its 9th season. Seinfeld, who starred in Jerry Seinfeld: Live on Broadway in 1998 and directed and produced Colin Quinn’s one-man show Long Story Short in 2010, is currently the star of the web series Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee. His latest season has opened with guests Louis C.K. and Patton Oswalt.