Past board member of The Museum of the San Fernando Valley and playwright Willard Simms is continuing to educate youth and adults about our precious resource: Water
He is offering a musical on water conservation for kids on Saturday, July 23rd during the citywide CURRENT:LA Water Public Art Biennial at the Valley Cultural Center in Woodland Hills.
His “Water Plays In Warner Park – The Wizard and the Foolish Man” will appear at 7:30 p.m. each Saturday through August before the free at the Valley Cultural Center Movies on the Green at Warner Center Park.
The 40-minute musical has been seen since 2009 educated tens of thousands of Los Angeles school kids, thanks to grants from the Los Angeles Department of Water and Power.
Councilman Bob Blumenfield and the Department of Cultural Affairs are further supporting children with this water-saving cultural and educational information event.
In “The Wizard and the Foolish Man” a beautiful Water Wizard guides an interactive audience from the source of water in the Sierra to millions of homes across Los Angeles. A Foolish Man, a climate denier and water wastrel, falls in love with the wizard and then sees the light.
To contact and learn more about the Valley Cultural Center, they can be reached at 21550 Oxnard St #470, Woodland Hills, CA 91367, 818-704-1358 or visit www.valleycultural.org.
Contributed by Michel (Michael) Stevens.