Nutcracker Ballet - Fort Wayne (IN)

About Fort Wayne's Host Studios

Kinetic Revelation’s artistic director and instructor, Kimberly Bronson, has been teaching dance for over 30 years. She began choreographing while in high school and has choreographed for area churches, show choirs, musicals and professional productions. Kimberly has written scripts for many of the shows she has produced, including an original production of CS Lewis’ The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe called Doorway to Narnia. Kinetic Revelation is a Christ-centered, technique-based studio dedicated to providing an excellent dance education in a fun, safe, encouraging environment. They don’t simply train dancers and actors, they help them grow as individuals and learn how to dance and apply theatre principles to their spiritual and daily lives.

En Croix Ballet is a dance studio that teaches classes of many dance genres, for all ages and in the daytime and evening.  En Croix teaches solid ballet technique in a positive environment. Our facility push each child to be their best while teaching them how to be wise with their bodies in dance, think for themselves, and foster a love for the art of ballet and dance. The studio performs a full length ballet instead of individual pieces. Each class has a part within the story. And the end of the year program is a wonderful showcase of the technique the students have learned throughout the first 6 months of their classes. The studio offers classes in Ballet, Pointe, Modern, Worship, Stretch and Strength. All Ages and skill levels are invited. There is a Boys Only Class, Tots ages 3-4, Adults, Ballet Levels 1 to 5 and Modern Beginner through Advanced.

About Embassy Theatre

On May 14, 1928, the doors of the magnificent Emboyd Theatre opened in Fort Wayne, Indiana. Built as a movie palace and vaudeville house, the Emboyd provided a majestic backdrop for the entertainment of the day, complete with a Page theatre pipe organ. The Emboyd came complete with the seven-story, 250-room Indiana Hotel wrapped around the north and west sides of the theatre. Clyde Quimby, theater operator, had commissioned A.M. Strauss and John Eberson to design the Emboyd and the Indiana Hotel.

In 1952, the Emboyd Theatre and Indiana Hotel were sold to the Alliance Amusement Corporation, along with the Indiana Hotel adjacent to the theatre. The name changed to the Embassy Theatre.

Through all renovations and improvements, the Embassy Theatre has maintained the historic integrity of the building that is on the National Register of Historic Places.