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"Ebenezer Scrooge: A Christmas Carol" by David MacAdam is an original musical adaptation retelling the tale of the redemptive Dickens' classic.
"Celestial City" is David MacAdam's musical adaptation of the "original English novel" Pilgrim's Progress and the integrated life of its author, John Bunyan.
"Ruth" is an original musical adaptation by David MacAdam of the 8th book of the Old Testament.
"Song on the Wind" is an original MacAdam musical telling the story of the first 50 years of relations between the Massachusett Indians and the first generations of English settlers in the Massachusetts Bay Colony.
"Martin Luther: The Hammer and the Door" is an original musical drama written to commemorate Martin Luther’s recovery of the essential gospel truths that had been obscured through centuries of neglect. Luther stands in a long line of individuals who sought church reform, but by a phenomenal convergence of factors, managed to be heard by the masses and escape being killed.


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