Musical Six is to be performed at drive-in venues across the UK from August.
The production will play eight shows a week at 12 open air sites as part of the Utility Live from the Drive-In series.
Opening at Milton Keynes on August 4, the tour runs until September 12 and will also visit London, Birmingham, Bolton, Bristol, Cheltenham, Edinburgh, Leeds, Lincoln, Liverpool, Newmarket and Teesside.
Up to 300 vehicles can attend each show, with audience members given a space next to their car where they can sit outside and watch the production.
Prior to the closure of venues due to Covid-19, Six was running at the Arts Theatre in London and touring the UK.
Six is written by Toby Marlow and Lucy Moss and produced by Kenny Wax, Wendy and Andy Barnes and George Stiles.
Wax said: “We are delighted that Six will spearhead the reopening of one of London and the UK’s most popular shows.
"With the industry in crisis, theatres struggling and some even going out of business, this drive-in event offers hope for the future and equally importantly, jobs for about 50 of our company including cast, musicians, stage managers, technicians and freelancers.
"We are using both our West End and UK touring casts, rehearsing and touring them in a bubble and having them work in teams of six (fortunate for us) as per the government guidance."