|1||Intergenerational Reel||Bob Dalsemer|
|2||Simplicity Swing||Becky Hill|
|3||Mash-up Mixer||Me||Circle mixer|
|4||A Delicate Balance||David Smukler|
|5||Delphiniums and Daisies||Tanya Rotenberg|
|6||Mad, Mad World||Martha Wild|
|7||Eleanor's Reel||Bill Olson||Double progression version|
|9||Revolution Reel||Tom Hinds||Right and left through replaced with promenade|
|10||Blurring the Lines||Me|
|11||Synchronicity||Me||Circle left replaced with long lines|
A lot of beginners. For the second half, I tried a new three-face-three which crashed and burned. (Not listed on the program, since I put it out of everyone's misery after about three times through.) Lesson learned: Three-face-threes that go outside the minor set are difficult for everyone.
The change to "Synchronicity" was made as the dance was happening, as some of the beginners were struggling to keep up without enough forgiveness points.
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