Rabid - A Comedic Thriller

An original play

$570

24 supporters

$2,000 goal

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$30

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JUN
25

Rabid - A Comedic Thriller

Friday from 7:30 PM - 9:00 PM EDT

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Add to Calendar 2021-06-25 19:30:00 2021-06-25 21:00:00 America/New_York Rabid - A Comedic Thriller The Melanie and Rosalie Albright Foundation is proud to bring “Rabid” to 717 Broad Ripple Ave. for the first time. “Rabid” is an original comedic play written by high school students from Central Indiana during a rehearsal process modeled after The 48-hour Film Project. Writers receive a random line and prop and have two weeks to write, direct, and perform a play incorporating both the line and prop. Student performers Oliver Curtis (Brownsburg), Rose Cruzan (Brownsburg), Henry Whittle (Avon), Aicha Maidi (Brownsburg), Abi Goerges (Indianapolis), Grant Somkiet O’Meara (Brownsburg), and Andrew Couch (Indianapolis) will present this original comedic thriller. 717 Broad Ripple Ave<br>717 Broad Ripple Ave, Indianapolis, IN 46220, USA

The Melanie and Rosalie Albright Foundation is proud to bring “Rabid” to 717 Broad Ripple Ave. for the first time. “Rabid” is an original comedic play written by high school students from Central Indiana during a rehearsal process modeled after The 48-hour Film Project. Writers receive a random line and prop and have two weeks to write, direct, and perform a play incorporating both the line and prop. Student performers Oliver Curtis (Brownsburg), Rose Cruzan (Brownsburg), Henry Whittle (Avon), Aicha Maidi (Brownsburg), Abi Goerges (Indianapolis), Grant Somkiet O’Meara (Brownsburg), and Andrew Couch (Indianapolis) will present this original comedic thriller.

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The Melanie and Rosalie Albright Foundation is proud to bring “Rabid” to 717 Broad Ripple Ave. for the first time. “Rabid” is an original comedic play written by high school students from Central Indiana during a rehearsal process modeled after The 48-hour Film Project. Writers receive a random line and prop and have two weeks to write, direct, and perform a play incorporating both the line and prop. Student performers Oliver Curtis (Brownsburg), Rose Cruzan (Brownsburg), Henry Whittle (Avon), Aicha Maidi (Brownsburg), Abi Goerges (Indianapolis), Grant Somkiet O’Meara (Brownsburg), and Andrew Couch (Indianapolis) will present this original comedic thriller.


The Melanie and Rosalie Albright Foundation exists to support youth participation in all aspects of theater. We offer enrichment and needs-based scholarships to cover the cost of dance, vocal, and acting classes. We also offer performance and technical theatre opportunities several times throughout the year at no cost to the participant. Without the Melanie and Rosalie Albright Foundation’s scholarship program and free theatrical opportunities, young people with a passion for performing may miss out on pursuing their dreams.

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The MRA Foundation

A 501(c)(3) organization

EIN 82-4998341