|1||Madiera Dream||Tom Senior|
|2||Easter Tuesday||Playford 1695|
|3||Candles in the Dark||Loretta Holtz|
|4||Polka Dots||Traditional||5-person set|
|5||Simone's Semicentury||Phillipe Callens|
|6||Key to the Cellar||Jenny Beer||Triple minor
called by Frannie Marr
|7||The Fandango||Thompson 1774||3-couple set|
|8||Easter Morn||Erna-Lynne Bogue||called by Frannie Marr|
|9||Wakefield Hunt||Thompson 1779||Triple minor|
|10||Hazelfern Place||Brooke Friendly & Chris Sackett||Dance of the month|
|12||Dear Abby||Gary Roodman|
|13||Elverton Grove||Walsh 1712|
Fandango and Wakefield Hunt are on the upcoming Jane Austen ball in Los Angeles. The triple progression of "Wakefield Hunt" was a challenging teach. Having the twos wait, facing up while the others did three changes of rights and lefts helped until the very top twos decided to do that. There was also issue in transitioning from the final star to the rights and lefts. And often at the beginning, both ones would cast down, not just man one.
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