On Saturday, Smile Politely & The Panatgraph co-sponsored Bloomington’s Center for the Performing Arts‘ production of Walk On: The Story of Rosa Parks. The play integrated music and drama to portray the complex story of Rosa Parks and her ascension to becoming renown civil rights leader. Our photographer Eric Frahm went to the show to capture some of the performance’s highlights.
Top Image: A woman in a dress holds out her arms and a man in a blue dress shirt lifting his right arm upard both sing as their eyes are closed. In the background are two seated men, each with electric guitars who are also singing.
All photos by Eric Frahm