About Us

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.

The Melanie and Rosalie Albright Foundation is the only nonprofit organization in the Indianapolis area offering scholarships to youth ages 6-21 for participation in any performing arts-related opportunities at the awardee’s location of choice. In 2020, we have awarded five scholarships and have produced six virtual performances at no cost to the participant.

We rely on our generous donors for their financial support to bring scholarships and theatrical opportunities to youth passionate about the performing arts.

Our Board of Directors

President

Aimee Albright is married to RD Albright, mother to Adam, Melanie and Rosalie.  Aimee is currently studying for her B.S. in Philanthropic Studies with a certificate in Nonprofit Management at the Lilly Family School of Philanthropy at Indiana University Indianapolis.  She is the Drama Producer at Plainfield High School, a Production Assistant at the Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra’s Yuletide Celebration and a Director/Producer/Acting Teacher at The Biz Academy of Musical Theater in Avon. You can read some of Aimee’s writings about loss, family and faith at aimee.albright.wordpress.com 

Treasurer

Adam Albright

Vice President

R.D. Albright is married to Aimee Albright and father to Adam, Melanie, and Rosalie. RD is a Journeyman Electrician with the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers Local 481. He enjoys working behind the scenes mentoring youth interested in operating the soundboard and audio elements for theatrical productions. He appeared on stage as Mr. Bundles and Harold Ickes in The Biz Academy of Musical Theatre’s 2018 production of Annie. He is also a puppeteer for the Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra’s Yuletide Celebration.

Secretary

Joey Meister

Contact us at info@themrafoundation.org