It was a hot day in May, 1994, when Wall Street executives, matadors, flamencos, and children gathered to celebrated an ancient ritual, a ritual to pit man against beast. This particular beast though had a special sense of self, however, upturning the ritual into an irreverent celebration set to a Bulerias provided by the Spanish born, Santa Fe based Chuscales. We bow to Paco de Lucia for a snip of his much beloved "Entre Dos Aguas" for the opening scene of the wild bulls, peacefully roaming the hills of Spain. Joselillo and Nino de Pincel, the matadors, were crushed by the mocking behavior of what they thought would be the meanest, toughest bull ever to charge the arena in Bowling Green, NYC. Endorsed by the NYC Parks Commissioner, Henry Stern, the event gave the bullied a chance to trump their bullies. Co-sponsored by the Institute of Spanish Arts, directed and edited by Deirdre Towers with dancers Liliana Morales, Maya de Silva, Paco Montes, and singing by La Conja, and pasa doble & finale played by Victor Rendon and Armando Rodriguez - Latin Jazz Orchestra Juarez.