FORT WAYNE, Ind. (WFFT)- The Embassy Theater turned 90 this week and is celebrating with performances straight out of the 20s.
The theater first opened on May 14th, 1928. Saturday's performance included the Fort Wayne Children's Choir, Farmland Jazz Band and much more. They also debuted their newly restored vintage projector.
John Hughey, the marketing director, said they've been planning the celebration for over a year. He also said the Embassy is all about helping generations of families create memories.
The theater will celebrate its birthday all year.
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