Bosses at the Santa Fe Opera in New Mexico have commissioned a production called The (R)evolution of Steve Jobs, which will focus on the late tech mogul's career, as well as his relations with his wife, parents, and daughter.

A statement released by the opera company reveals the show "starts at a moment in Jobs' life when he must face his own mortality and circles back to the events and people in his past that shaped and inspired him."

The (R)evolution of Steve Jobs is slated to debut in 2017.

Meanwhile, the latest movie adaptation of the Apple founder's life, Steve Jobs, is set to close the upcoming BFI London Film Festival in October (15). Danny Boyle's biopic stars Michael Fassbender as the tech giant, and features a screenplay by Aaron Sorkin.

Jobs died in 2011, following a battle with pancreatic cancer.