Embassy Education Programming
The Embassy Theatre is proud to have an education program that offers students (and teachers!) three ways to engage with and learn from our historic space. We also provide opportunities to embrace the power of theater and performance throughout the school year for those teachers who make the community their classroom.
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Learn It Live Performances – FREE shows for area school children
Embassy Study Trips – Connecting students with real-life effects of historic preservation on a community arts treasure
SCORE! 2022 – A devised musical theater workshop
For more information, contact education manager Maggie Hunter at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Interested in Being a Volunteer?
Volunteering at the Embassy is quite rewarding. We have volunteers who have been enhancing the patron experience for more than 40 years! If you are interested in becoming an Embassy Youth Volunteer, click HERE to read about some of the opportunities and to complete the online form.
2ForU Study Trips
The 2ForU study trip program is an easy way for teachers to schedule two great sites for one day! Fill out one easy form to request your study trips. Your selected venues will work together to finalize the details and then contact you to confirm.
Support for Embassy educational programming is provided by the Lincoln Financial Foundation, the Journal Gazette Foundation, Arts Midwest, the Indiana Humanities Council and Indiana Landmarks, with support from the National Endowment for the Humanities, and Marion-Clairmont Family Fund. Additional support provided in loving memory of Gloria E. Baker.
Programming at the Embassy Theatre is made possible by the support of the Indiana Arts Commission, Arts United of Greater Fort Wayne, and the National Endowment for the Arts, a federal agency. Additional support is provided by the Dr. Louis and Anne B. Schneider Foundation and PNC Charitable Trusts.