'Fish in the Dark' is an ensemble play written by David and is due to start a run in March 2015. Interestingly for 'Curb' fans, the Brooklyn writer has said that his character in the play will be based on himself.
"[I play] somebody very similar to Larry David - it might even be Larry David with a different name," he told the New York Times.
"I didn’t think it’d be pretty cool to be in it. It’s not like I would go to the theater and look up on stage and say, ‘I could be in that.’ I didn’t think of myself playing the character, but of course I write characters very close to me," he added.
Pretty, pretty good: Larry David will write and star in a new Broadway play next year: http://t.co/iIqBpU0S73— Rolling Stone (@RollingStone) August 7, 2014
David is no stranger to Broadway productions and has incorporated them into previous scripts.
The exaggerrated version of himself that he plays in Curb Your Enthusiasm got a part in 'The Producers' in series four of the hit comedy.
Rehearsals with supposed co-stars with David Schwimmer and Ben Stiller formed the basis for much of that season's hilarity.
As for Curb, the LA based comedian has admitted that he may make a new series, but he is not sure when it will happen.
"...if I did do another season, this play would push that schedule back," he said.
The last series aired in 2011 and featured guest appearances from Michael J. Fox and Ricky Gervais.