What are Faith Musicals?
- Seven full-length musical plays based on selected stories from the Bible and life experience.
- Each musical can be produced by a church drama group for local charitable fundraising.
- There is ample musical content and storyline to support local/regional theater productions.
- Each musical conveys a distinct faith-building message.
Faith Musicals were originally written for an intergenerational ecumenical cast of between 25 and 50. Many of the roles initially written for one gender can be easily performed by the other. The orchestration was originally written to augment the piano/vocal score, so the accompaniment can be simply the piano, a piano plus a few instruments, or the full range of reeds, strings and brass, depending on the budget and talent available.
Praised by audiences, musicians, actors, and clergy as "inspiring, uplifting and clever", The Law of Love, The Trial of Job, Found and Forgiven, A Star for Freedom, Forever Love, The Chaplain and The Peace Table, present basic biblical truth in musical form. Performed by community theatre veterans, college students and enthusiastic church members for the benefit of Habitat for Humanity, The Good Samaritan Center, Hospice at Home, Interfaith Volunteer Caregivers, local homeless shelters and programs for at-risk young people, these musicals convey a message of faith that is absolutely contagious.
Seven full-length musical plays based on selected stories from the Bible and life experience.