user: Nicholas Rockstroh
BREAK
by: David Kaynor
introduces moves: swing, circle, do si do, chain, star
formation: improper
A1  16  neighbors balance & swing

A2  8  circle left 3 places

8  partners do si do once
 
B1  16  partners balance & swing

B2  8  ladles chain

8  star left 4 places to new neighbor ⁋

by: Mike Richardson
introduces moves: hey, pass by, long lines
formation: Becket
A1  8  star right  hands across  4 places

8  ladles chain after gentlespoons drop
 
A2  16  ladles start a full hey  rights in center, lefts on ends

B1  4  ladles pass by right shoulders

12  partners swing
 
B2  8  long lines forward & back

8  star right  hands across  4 places then slide left ⁋

by: Bob Isaacs
introduces moves: right left through, balance the ring, roll away, pass through
formation: improper
A1  16  neighbors balance & swing

A2  8  right left through

8  ladles chain
 
B1  4  balance the ring

4  gentlespoons roll away neighbors with a half sashay across the set
 
8  partners swing
 
B2  6  circle left 3 places

2  pass through ⁋
 
8  next neighbors do si do once

by: Chris Page
introduces moves: mad robin, allemande
formation: improper
A1  6  mad robin, ladles in front

4  circle left 1 place (single file promenade)
 
6  mad robin, gentlespoons in front
 
A2  8  gentlespoons allemande left 1½

8  neighbors swing
 
B1  8  circle left 3 places

8  partners swing
 
B2  8  right left through

8  ladles chain ⁋

(Notes by Chris Page)
[1] A mad ladle is a sideways dosido, ladles starting in front of their neighbor.
[2] A nohands circle left 1/4 in your groups of four. Essentially ladles cross the set while gentlespoons sidestep to their left along the side of the set.
[3] Here you look at your neighbor across the set, and gentlespoons start by going forward to their right, ladles behind to their left, gentlespoons passing in front of partner.
BREAK
by: Callie Allison, Chet Gray, Nedra McNeil, Bob Crawford, Elisabeth Monica, Susan Pope, John Baker
introduces moves: slide along set, custom, star promenade, butterfly whirl, revolving door, give & take
formation: Becket cw
A1  2  slide left along set ⁋

6  circle left 3 places
 
8  neighbors do si do 1¼
 
A2  0  Alternately: Mad Robin, ladles through the middle

8  ladles allemande left 1½, scoop up partners
 
4  ladles star promenade left ½
 
4  butterfly whirl
 
B1  8  revolving door  gentlespoons take right hands and drop off partners on other side

8  neighbors swing
 
B2  4  ladles give & take partners

12  partners swing

Written and danced at Summer CDH. Elisabeth Monica from Louisville wanted to know if any dances existed with both a star promenade/butterfly whirl and a revolving door. I didn't know of any but was happy to oblige. The title comes from the foundational assertions of mathematical proofs, and references the fact that I think any combination of two figures can be incorporated into an enjoyable dance.
by: Cary Ravitz
introduces moves: balance, allemande orbit, meltdown swing
formation: Becket ccw
A1  4  partners balance towards and away from each other

6  mad robin, gentlespoons in front
 
6  gentlespoons allemande left once around while the ladles orbit clockwise ½ around
 
A2  16  neighbors meltdown swing

B1  4  pass through across the set and turn alone to face back in

8  circle left 4 places
 
4  pass through along the set to next neighbors ⁋
 
B2  6  ladles allemande left once around while the gentlespoons orbit clockwise ½ around

10  partners swing

Cary notes:
"In place of the mad ladle, you can use gents roll away and ladies half sashay (3), ladies step forward and right to start a 1/2 mad ladle (3)."
by: Gene Hubert
formation: Becket
A1  2  slide left along set ⁋

6  circle left 3 places
 
8  neighbors swing
 
A2  8  long lines forward & back

8  ladles chain
 
B1  16  ladles start a full hey  rights in center, lefts on ends

B2  16  partners balance & swing
