I'm wondering -- with all the James Bond theme songs, dating from 1962 through 2012, could one put together what is known as a jukebox musical, from these songs alone and possibly selections from the scores by John Barry?
Perhaps an 'origin' musical, detailing Bond's parents and his early life, set say in the late 50s, up to the point where he is finally 'licensed to kill"?
What would you call the musical? "Nobody Does It Better?" "Everything or Nothing"? Would the visual look of the production be inspired by the work of Maurice Binder or Ken Adam -- or both?
Also -- a parallel storyline on the early days of "Q" but only as portrayed by Desmond Llewelyn, working his way out of Naval Intelligence in the period after World War II, if only for some kind of comic relief (as in the movies) -- forever lost in gadgets, and sadly a loser in any kind of joy in life.
The mood of the musical -- not a totally feel good musical, one that comes to mind that has great songs but is full of sadness and death -- Rodgers and Hammerstein's "Carousel" -- don't know if this would be some kind of inspiration in takling such a project, but it's one that might help.