"The Curfew is Lifted But the Shop of Hope is Still Closed"
Group composition created for "Trumpet Theater" (1989). According to the program notes: "This was the name of a painting made by a Palestinian youth on the West Bank expressing the view of his world there. This piece is for the Isreali and Palestinian youth who continue to suffer because of the fears and madness of the adults there."
Jalalu-Kalvert Nelson (author), Milton Martinez (author), Khalil Krishna (author), Susan Friedlander (author), J.D. Parran (author), Dominique Vernin (author)
"The Broken Hoop", "Oklahoma Stories", "Whale Canon", "Dulongogodulondulongododugo", "Charla/Songs", "U U U M M M", "Hajj/ Mecca", "Song for Shiva" , "Love Dance/ Just the Tips"