President Donald Trump is trying to convince the royal opera house to play a musical with the President.
The opera house announced Monday that it will be performing the opening theme song to the upcoming Royal Shakespeare Company production of Romeo and Juliet.
The new production will feature the first time that the two worlds are in sync in over a century.
The Royal Opera will perform “The Last Supper” and “Othello” from the new production on September 13, 2019, with performances of the two musicals to follow.
“The Queen’s Speech” is the title song for the production, which will also include the original version of the famous “Last Supper,” performed in 1816.
The first two musical numbers were performed by the Royal Shakespeare Orchestra, but only one number will be used in the production.
The production will be based on a work by James Joyce, and will feature an adaptation of the first novel in the series, The Marriage of Heaven and Hell, written by Sir Walter Scott.
The song will be sung by Queen Elizabeth II and her husband Prince Philip.
The performance is part of the Queen’s Jubilee celebrations, which celebrate the end of the British monarchy on December 21.
The opening of the production will mark the start of a new phase in the relationship between the U.K. and the United States.
The relationship between British and U.S. officials has been tense over the last year as Trump and the administration have taken their war on terrorism more aggressively than ever before.
During a March visit to the White House, the U and the U-S.
governments signed a new $350 billion military aid package, a $600 billion arms deal, and a $1 trillion U.N. Security Council arms embargo against Russia.
The United States also began using more advanced missiles to launch cruise missiles against Syrian air defenses, an escalation of the war that has been raging since the beginning of the year.
“It’s a really important show and a great thing for Britain, and the British people as well, to see,” Prince Philip told reporters after the performance.
“We’ll see how it all plays out.”
The Royal Shakespeare has been operating under the “first-ever” special license granted to it under the United Kingdom’s new law allowing for “special performances” of the Royal Family.
The move is part and parcel of the new administration’s agenda.
The President has repeatedly said he would like to see a musical in the United State to promote American-British ties, which have been strained since Trump began his reign.