user: Nicholas Rockstroh
waltz
afterparty
afterparty
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 neighbors ⁋

introduces moves: long lines, right left through, allemande
formation: improper
Note the hand in which the next neighbor's hand will be held in the long lines
A1  8  long lines forward & back

8  neighbors swing
 
A2  8  right left through

8  ladles allemande right 1½
 
B1  16  partners balance & swing

B2  8  gentlespoons allemande left 1½

8  neighbors swing and take hands with next neighbors in long lines ⁋

I was taking a course on gender and sexuality at the time I wrote this. The title is a double pun; "Contra is essential" is one meaning, "against cultural/biological essentialism" is another.
by: Rick Mohr
introduces moves: pass by, gyre, roll away, promenade, turn alone
formation: circle mixer
A1  8  partners do si do once

8  partners allemande right 1½
 
A2  2  2nd neighbors pass by left shoulders

6  3rd neighbors gyre once
 
8  circle left 4 places
 
B1  4  gentlespoons roll away 2nd neighbors

12  partners swing
 
B2  14  partners promenade

2  ladles turn alone to meet next partners ⁋

introduces moves: pull by dancers, swat the flea, petronella
formation: Becket ccw
In the A part, cue which hand early and often: i.e. "gentlespoons right hand balance", "new neighbor left to left" etc.
For the ladles balance & pull by, you may want to remind them that it's with new neighbor ladles. It may also help to tell them not to switch their neighbor gentlespoon to their right hand after the swat the flea, i.e. by telling them not to let go with their left hand before they reach across with the right.
A1  8  long lines forward & back

8  gentlespoons balance & pull by right, face a new neighbor (ladles look right) ⁋
 
A2  8  neighbors left hand balance & swat the flea

8  ladles balance & pull by right, turn back in
 
B1  8  balance & petronella

8  balance & petronella
 
B2  16  partners balance & swing

Forked from Jack Laurel's original dance after noticing that the gentlespoons had to turn awkwardly out of the swat the flea to get into the balance and pull by. I switched the order of the two pull by bits, which had the side effect of reversing the direction of progression. It still might feel a little odd at the beginning since the gentlespoons have to go against their inclination to use left hands from Becket, but on balance (heh) I think it probably feels slightly better.
by: Larry Jennings
introduces moves: hey, meltdown swing, give & take
formation: sawtooth cw
A1  8  circle left 3 places

8  neighbors allemande right 1½
 
A2  16  gentlespoons start a full hey  lefts in center, rights on ends

B1  16  neighbors meltdown swing

B2  4  gentlespoons give & take partners ⁋

12  partners swing and face next neighbors

While this was originally written as a sawtooth dance and I've listed it here as such, it might be better to teach this as a clockwise becket dance with a slide left at the beginning as dancers have become better at moving back to the posts for the partner swing after the give and take.
waltz
by: Dugan Murphy
introduces moves: form a long wave
formation: improper
A1  8  ladles dance in to a long wave in the center  balance the wave

8  ladles dance out while gentlespoons dance in to a long wave in the center  balance the wave
 
A2  6  gentlespoons allemande left once

10  partners swing
 
B1  8  right left through

8  ladles allemande right 1½
 
B2  16  partners balance & swing ⁋

by: Gene Hubert
introduces moves: slide along set
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

introduces moves: slice
formation: Becket cw
A1  4  slice left ⁋

4  ladles take neighbors
 
8  neighbors swing
 
A2  8  ladles chain

8  circle right 4 places
 
B1  4  gentlespoons roll away partners with a half sashay

8  balance & petronella
 
8  balance & petronella
 
12  partners swing

I wrote a dance called “Bridge to Yesterday” which was very similar to this one, but turned out to be excessively clockwise. This is the result of my rewrite of that dance. Note the petronella turns where the spinning figures come before the balances as in the original dance “petronella.” I wanted something using the traditionalstyle petronella turns since it would enable a spin into a 12count swing.
by: Gene Hubert
introduces moves: box the gnat
formation: improper
A1  4  neighbors box the gnat

4  gentlespoons pull by left
 
8  partners swing
 
A2  8  circle left 4 places

8  partners do si do once
 
B1  4  partners box the gnat

4  ladles pull by left
 
8  neighbors swing
 
B2  8  right left through

8  star left 4 places ⁋

by: Linda Leslie
introduces moves: pass through
formation: Becket
double progression
A1  6  circle left 3 places

2  pass through ⁋
 
8  neighbors do si do once
 
A2  16  neighbors balance & swing

B1  8  long lines forward & back

8  next neighbors swing ⁋
 
B2  4  gentlespoons give & take partners

12  partners swing

"Written for Dance Flurry, 2009 and the Band!"  Linda
by: Gene Hubert
afterparty
introduces moves: custom, balance
formation: square dance
A1  8  Heads forward & back

8  right left through Heads
 
A2  6  circle left 3 places Heads

2  pass through to face Sides
 
8  neighbors do si do 1¼ to a wave of 4 (2 ladles in the middle by the left, neighbor right)
 
B1  4  balance right & left

2  neighbors allemande right ½
 
2  gentlespoons allemande left ½
 
8  partners swing
 
B2  16  partners promenade along the set on the right to home

afterparty
introduces moves: custom
formation: Triplet, 1s and 2s improper
A1  8  Ones and twos balance and petronella 1½ places, 1st ladle face threes below

8  In groups of three, balance and petronella 1 place, 3rd ladle face up
 
A2  8  Top four balance and petronella 1 ½ places to a ring of four

4  Same four balance the ring
 
4  pass through to partners ⁋
 
B1  16  partners balance & swing

B2  8  Ones and threes circle left ¾

8  neighbors do si do once and threes face up

The action in phrases 1  3 ends up switching the 1st ladle and 3rd gentlespoon from top to bottom while also flipping the sides that the 1s and 3s are on. The 2s, as it turns out, go nowhere. The name comes from one of the fundamental properties of Euclidian geometry which says that the sum of the lengths of two sides of a triangle are greater than or equal to the length of the third side. It also generalizes to various other mathematical spaces. In this case, it seemed appropriate because of the triangles and the fact that the 2s end up doing somewhat less than the 1s and 3s.