Fort McHenry drama

Standing, Lance Strickland, 16, and T'Pre Mayer, 16, act in scene 2, "Off to War: The Long Arm of the War Reaches Home." A Baltimore School for the Arts sophomore acting ensemble dramatized scenes from War of 1812 at Fort McHenry on Saturday. As part of the bicentennial celebration, they presented "Fighting for Freedom," three scenes written by students and faculty, about what ordinary residents may have experienced during the war.

( Kim Hairston/Baltimore Sun / April 22, 2012 )

Standing, Lance Strickland, 16, and T'Pre Mayer, 16, act in scene 2, "Off to War: The Long Arm of the War Reaches Home." A Baltimore School for the Arts sophomore acting ensemble dramatized scenes from War of 1812 at Fort McHenry on Saturday. As part of the bicentennial celebration, they presented "Fighting for Freedom," three scenes written by students and faculty, about what ordinary residents may have experienced during the war.

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