Just a heads-up.

There's a number of ECD dances, especially 4-couple set dances, that have a
sequence of progressive 1/2 stars.

When teaching them, I find them to be the hardest part of the dance for dancers,
and where it's most likely to break down.

So the difficulty level may be more than you expect.

-Chris Page
San Diego

On Sat, Apr 21, 2018 at 7:05 PM, Luke Donforth via Callers
<callers@lists.sharedweight.net> wrote:
> I was recently thinking about star to star transitions. There are lots of
> great dances that go star 1x to opposite hand star 1x (such as Lisa
> Greenleaf's "Poetry in Motion", Robert Cromartie's "Al's Safeway Produce",
> Linda Leslie's "Burlington Spirit"...); and then there are the star -> same
> hand star dances (Mike Richardson's "Star Trek", my "Voyager", Dugan
> Murphey's "The Next Generation"...)
>
> Are there dances that use star just half way -> with next, opposite hand
> star 1/2 way? I'm envisioning something with a bit of a zig-zag feel, but
> that could be done in crowded dance halls where you don't want folks
> swooping out laterally (like John Coffman's "Boys of Urbana"), but more
> connected than a single file promenade snake like Cary Ravitz's "March of
> the Coffee Zombies".
>
> Are there already dances out there like this?
>
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