Welcome to the madrid theatre
As you virtually enter the Madrid Theatre, we invite you to watch the video above to learn
about the multi-million dollar theater renovation and newly
established Canoga Park Stage Arts Lab.
This location features:
•A song by the San Fernando Valley Youth Chorus
•A performance by Rangoli Dance Company
•Merchandise from VLY GRL
•The Valley Girl Redefined exhibit, curated by 11:11
San Fernando Valley Youth Chorus
Sean Carney, Director
Katie Clarke, Accompanist
The San Fernando Valley Youth Chorus promotes musical excellence in children and provides children and youth of diverse ethnic, cultural, and economic backgrounds in the San Fernando Valley with the opportunity for artistic and personal growth through superior choral instruction, community outreach, and choral music performance.
Rangoli Dance Company
Bodhi: The Awakening
Shivani Aysola, Vyshnavi Aysola, Hema Iyer,
Nishitha Viswanathan, & Anshu Voruganti
Choreography: Malathi Iyengar
Music Composition: Rajkumar Bharathi
Poetry: Srimathi Krishnamurthy
No village-law, No law of a market-town,
No law of a single house is this,
- Of all the world and all the Worlds of Gods,
This only is the law, that all things are impermanent.
Curated by 11:11 A Creative Collective
Brand Library & Art Center, 2019
The “valley girl,” like the Valley itself, cannot be contained in a stereotype. However, it can be argued that any Valley Girl’s sense of self has been informed by the cinematic ideal imposed on them. In fact, with little effort one can see that the “valley girl” has left an indelible mark on the global identity of womanhood while only representing a small minority. This exhibition endeavors to look past the myopic lens of popular culture that created the “valley girl” and delve into the true identities and diversity of Women in the Valley through the contemporary artwork they produce.