“Prince of Broadway,” the long-aborning Harold Prince retrospective, will arrive in New York later this year with a Broadway run that opens in August.

Manhattan Theater Club will present the show as part of its 2017-18 season. Prince, the legendary director and producer with 21 Tony Awards to his name, directs, with Susan Stroman (“The Producers”) on board as choreographer and co-director.

The show, which also includes original tunes by Jason Robert Brown (“The Bridges of Madison County,” “Parade”) and a book by David Thompson (“The Scottsboro Boys”), will pull together notable moments from productions in which Prince has had a hand over the course of his career. “West Side Story,” “Fiddler on the Roof,” “Sweeney Todd,” “Cabaret,” “Evita,” “A Little Night Music” and “The Phantom of the Opera” are all on the list.

After a long development process, “Prince of Broadway” premiered in Tokyo last year. The upcoming New York staging is presented by MTC by special arrangement with Gorgeous Entertainment.

“Prince of Broadway” starts previews Aug. 3 at the Samuel J. Friedman Theater ahead of an August 24 opening. MTC’s current Broadway offering, “Heisenberg,” is wrapping up its run prior to upcoming engagements for “Jitney” and “The Little Foxes.”