On Thu, Jan 3, 2013 at 11:51 AM, Kalia Kliban <kalia(a)sbcglobal.net> wrote:
Does anyone have a good way to help the dancers out at
the ends come in
correctly for the chain? I was noticing a lot of confusion at the top of
the set as folks were trying to come back in. If I was reading it right, it
looked like they shouldn't switch positions until after the chain figure but
I didn't quite have enough brain cells available to articulate it on the
When a couple progresses at the end of B2 and becomes out at the end,
their neighbor #1 is their partner (immediately at A1). I've seen some
callers talk about this pattern as "in this dance, you're never out".
Then to come back into the set the next time around, they wait out as
normal to face new neighbors.