Book an Embassy Theatre VIRTUAL study trip for your class or group. Teachers or leaders choose the program that best fits their needs. Program modules address state standards in the arts and social studies, making this trip a refreshing, informative and constructive use of precious class time. 

Inaugural virtual price: $35 per class, where a class is assumed to be maximum of 25 projects. Teacher receives a link for the program virtual program, pre and post activities are emailed/mailed to teacher after booking.

Click here to order the videos:

Commitment to Community Virtual Study Trip (AVAILABLE MARCH 1)

Entertainment Then and Now Virtual Study Trip (AVAILABLE MARCH 1)

Video good for 48 hours after activating the access code. Additional questions? Email or call Maggie Hunter at 260.424.5665, ext. 251.

Commitment to Community

Taking a bow on the Embassy stage, students act out history and learn how a community chose to save the historic theatre from the wrecking ball. Students use analysis and application of information as they investigate the building.

Touring and discovering the amazing variety of artwork embedded in the walls, ceilings and floors of the Embassy Theatre reinforces the artistic value of the building itself. Taking the stage to reenact the history that led to the Embassy being saved helps students understand the responsibilities and choices that are made when citizens consider choices affecting an entire community.

Click link for pre-trip and post-trip Activities for Commitment to Community study trip

Entertainment Then and Now

Following the path of a patron, participants use primary sources to compare attending a performance at the Embassy Theatre in 1928 to today. Aligned to state standards, appropriate for all ages. Great for Scout troops, clubs and other organizations.

Click link for pre-trip and post-trip Activities for Entertainment Then and Now study trip

Bud’s Attic (virtual option not available)

Participants will examine unusual artifacts from the Embassy Theatre and Hotel Indiana. After examination, they will draw conclusions on the item’s identity and use based on observation and prior knowledge. Participants will then tour the building and discover “hints” about the artifacts and then have a chance to re-examine and reassess the artifacts using newly gained knowledge.  Two (2) hours in length.  Aligned for grades 3-5 but also appropriate for grades 6-7.

Shapes, Sights, Sounds and Surfaces (virtual option not available)
This Study Trip experience invites preschoolers to explore the Embassy Theatre with their senses. Instead of telling four and five year olds “don’t touch,” they can explore the beauty of the theater with their hands, eyes, and ears while practicing recognizing shapes and colors. Appropriate for ages 4 to 5.

To register, email education manager, Maggie Hunter at

Study Trips are made possible, in part, by a Historic Preservation Education Grant from Indiana Landmarks, Indiana Humanities, and the National Endowment for the Humanities. Additional support comes from the Indiana Arts Commission and the National Endowment for the Arts, the Dr. Louis and Anne B. Schneider Foundation and PNC Charitable Trusts. Embassy programming is funded in part by Arts United of Greater Fort Wayne.

Click on the links below for information on additional educational outreach programming offered by the Embassy Theatre:


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