Freeman showcases his talent outside of school

Nicholas Freeman was acting in a play, Baby Case, outside of school. The show told the story of the 1932 trial following the kidnapping and murder of Charles Lindbergh’s twenty-month-old baby. Freeman’s main character was the prosecuting attorney, named Wilentz, but he also plays seven other characters.

Baby Case was performed at the History Theater in Saint Paul.

“I’m excited to be a part of this show,” Freeman had said. Enjoying realistic plays, he has performed at the History Theatre before and auditions whenever he gets the chance.

 

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