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Astronauts are sentenced to death for their beliefs after returning to a futuristic earth during the dress rehearsal of an unconventional science-fiction play written by Pastor Bill Rodebaugh at the Landmark Baptist Church. (Scott Davis/The Daily Reflector)
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Astronauts are sentenced to death for their beliefs after returning to a futuristic earth during the dress rehearsal of an unconventional science-fiction play written by Pastor Bill Rodebaugh at the Landmark Baptist Church. (Scott Davis/The Daily Reflector)

‘Thy Kingdom Come’

By Kim Grizzard

The Daily Reflector

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For a local pastor and playwright, getting a Hollywood composer to look at his script seemed like something that might take a miracle. But to get that composer to write original songs for an amateur production? That could take until kingdom come.

But it didn’t.


Composer, conductor and arranger Ted Nichols, widely known for his work as musical director for Hanna-Barbera TV studios, has composed 10 original songs for “Thy Kingdom Come,” a musical written by Greenville pastor Bill Rodebaugh. Nichols, 85, who wrote musical arrangements for “The Flintstones” and “Scooby-Doo,” is scheduled to attend the premiere of the musical on Jan. 26 at Landmark Baptist Church.

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Bless your heart
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