Do you specifically want folks in the middle of short line? Or would a long
line at the sides work as well?

Erik Hoffman's Missing Duck sets up a long lines Rory O'More with a partner
allemande. If folks over or under allemande that, then the other person is
facing in and starts the hey. It all resolves with the partner balance and
swing on the other side

Other partner Rory O'More dances would probably behave similarly, although
it might not be as smooth to set up the swap as allemande +/- an extra 1/2.

Missing Duck
by Erik Hoffman
Contra/Becket-CW

A1 -----------
Slide Left to new couple
(8) Circle Left 1X
(8) Partner allemande Right 1-1/2 to long wavy line (w face in)
A2 -----------
(8) Balance and slide to the right (as in Rory O’More)
(8) Balance and slide to the left (as in Rory O’More)
B1 -----------
(16) Hey, ravens passing left shoulders
B2 -----------
(16) Partner balance and swing

On Fri, Mar 8, 2019 at 2:25 PM Bob Isaacs via Callers <
callers@lists.sharedweight.net> wrote:

> Hi Alex and All:
>
> This may or not be what you're asking for, but the following role-free
> contra was written where any dancer can be at any position in the wave.  I
> learned in writing this that it was too difficult for me to include a
> neighbor swing, keep it role-free, and have all stay with their partner -
> Bob
>
> *Make No Assumptions*                     Becket-L, role-free
>
>
> A1.      8          Long lines forward and back
>
>             8          Circle L ¾ and pass through
>
>
> A2.      8          N2 dosido 1¼ to wave/4
> (1)
>
>             4,4       Balance, N2 allemande R
>
>
> B1.      16        Hey (CL, PR, OL, N2R)
>
>
> B2.      4          Centers pass L
>
>             12        Partner swing
>
>
> Written on April 11, 2014, and first called on April 23, 2014 at
> Princeton, NJ. Written at the suggestion of Paul Sawyer of Massachusetts,
> who was interested in role-free dances.
>
>
> (1) – With centers (C) taking L hands in the center and outsides (O)
> taking R hands on the side.
>
>
>
> ------------------------------
> *From:* Callers <callers-boun...@lists.sharedweight.net> on behalf of
> Alexandra Deis-Lauby via Callers <callers@lists.sharedweight.net>
> *Sent:* Friday, March 8, 2019 10:27 AM
> *To:* call...@sharedweight.net
> *Subject:* [Callers] Who’s in the middle?
>
> Anyone have a simple wave dance where it doesn’t matter which role is in
> the middle of the wave?
>
> Kind of like Bob Isaacs’ double your fun but easier.
>
> Thanks!
>
> Alex
>
>
> Sent from my iPhone
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