by: Yoyo Zhou
neighbors balance & swing
neighbors promenade with a wide loop left to face shadow
neighbors promenade along the set on the right
ladles start a half hey - rights in center, lefts on ends - gentlespoons ricochet
partners balance & swing
long lines forward & back
gentlespoons start a half hey - lefts in center, rights on ends - ladles ricochet ⁋
Composed March 18, 2013
The title refers to a physics joke about combining theory and practice, and it alludes to the broken heys in this dance.
* In the promenade across in A2, end facing the couple that was on the left.
* In the long lines in B2, be sure to face those neighbors you just swung. The hey is with them, but the new neighbors are on the right diagonal.
* Out of each ricochet hey, everyone is looking for someone outside the foursome they were doing the hey with.