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.
On Sat, Apr 21, 2018 at 7:05 PM, Luke Donforth via Callers
> 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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