Thanks for the links. I see how that makes sense for the population under
discussion (and cohorts). These groups really have a wonderful spirit.
I'm thinking (as a caller) how much fun I could have getting the sets out
of order (schematically), while the sets remain resolutely in order
(physically). And all are satisfied except for the one geek, er, caller,
who is picturing where people would be based on what I'm actually calling.
Not that I would ever think like that...
On Wednesday, October 25, 2017, Chris Page <chriscp...@gmail.com> wrote:
> It's a regular session at NEFFA:
> -Chris Page
> San Diego, CA
> On Wed, Oct 25, 2017 at 8:56 AM, Jerome Grisanti via Organizers
> > Paul,
> > Sounds intriguing. Can you define what a "seated square" is and what it
> > takes to facilitate one?
> > Thanks!
> > Jerome
> > On Tuesday, October 24, 2017, Paul Wilde via Organizers
> >> Dear Hive,
> >> I am also very interested in this thread and would like to see it
> >> continue.
> >> One suggestion may be a space somewhere out of the way where people
> >> can have a seated square. No falling, train wrecks are mostly
> >> laughable, and joy and satisfaction tend to run higher than one might
> >> first imagine.
> >> If different dancers took turns participating in the seated square (or
> >> more than one?), I think it might encourage a broader perspective on
> >> what is involved in trying to define dance community. We are all
> >> heading there, sooner or later, be it frailty, memory loss, or some
> >> form of disability.
> >> Paul
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