user: Koren A Wake
sub Good Friday for Rory practice
sub Good Friday or 33333 depending on earlier
by: Dugan Murphy
introduces moves: long lines, allemande, swing, circle, do si do
formation: improper
A1  8  long lines forward & back

8  ladles allemande left 1½
 
A2  16  partners balance & swing

B1  8  circle left 3 places

8  neighbors do si do once
 
B2  16  neighbors balance & swing

by: David Kaynor
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 ⁋

by: Cary Ravitz
introduces moves: form a long wave, custom, facing star, pass through
formation: Improper
A1  16  neighbors balance & swing

A2  8  ladles dance in to a long wave in the center  balance the wave

8  gentlespoons dance in to a long wave in the center  balance the wave (there are interlinked wavy lines)
 
B1  0  gentlespoons drop left hands, ladles drop right hands, to form

8  facing star counterclockwise 3 places with ladles putting their right hands in and backing up
 
8  partners swing
 
B2  6  circle left 3 places

2  pass through up and down ⁋
 
8  next neighbors do si do once

original at http://www.dance.ravitz.us/#ww2
51999
by: Lisa Greenleaf
introduces moves: gyre, give & take
formation: improper
A1  8  star right 4 places

8  neighbors allemande right 1¼
 
A2  8  next neighbors gyre left shoulders once

8  neighbors swing original neighbor
 
B1  8  gentlespoons give & take partners

8  partners swing
 
B2  8  ladles chain to neighbor

8  star left 4 places ⁋

Bob Isaacs notes: The give and take figure originated from Larry Jennings, the great caller and writer from Boston. End the neighbor swing in shoulder/waist position, take two steps forward, and the gentlespoons take their partner’s hand and lead her to his side for a swing. Some “hardtoget” playfulness usually goes along with this. In this dance the figure is a good alternative to circle L ¾, and in other dances can go to either side of the set.
This smoothflowing dance was written by one top caller for the marriage of two other outstanding callers, Linda Leslie and Bob Golder, all of whom are from eastern Massachusetts.
by: Bill Olson
introduces moves: hey, petronella, balance the ring, California twirl
formation: Becket
My own personalchoreographydiscoveredaccidentalvariation of Weeks on the Road by Bill Olson, this one keeps the energy driving in the B1 leading up to the partner swing much better than the original choreography, which replaces the balance/spin right with a circle left 3/4.
A1  8  left diagonal ladles chain

8  ladles start a half hey  rights in center, lefts on ends
 
A2  16  neighbors balance & swing

B1  8  balance & petronella

4  balance the ring
 
4  neighbors California twirl
 
B2  16  partners balance & swing

The person you chain / chain to in A1 is the neighbor you swing in A2.
by: Linda Leslie
introduces moves: mad robin
formation: Becket
A1  8  long lines forward & back

8  mad robin, gentlespoons in front
 
A2  6  circle left 3 places

10  neighbors swing
 
B1  8  right diagonal ladles chain

8  star left 4 places
 
B2  16  partners balance & swing ⁋

by: Yoyo Zhou
sub Good Friday for Rory practice
introduces moves: form long waves, Rory O'More, pull by dancers
formation: Becket
Line up improper to have couples identify their 1st neighbors, 2nd neighbors, and 3rd neighbors, then turn one place to the left for Becket.
A1  8  circle left 3 places

2  1st neighbors allemande right ½
 
2  2nd neighbors allemande left ½
 
2  3rd neighbors allemande right ½
 
2  form long waves  gentlespoons face in, ladles face out ¹
 
A2  8  balance & Rory O'More right

8  2nd neighbors swing ² ⁋
 
B1  8  long lines forward & back

2  ladles pull by right
 
2  partners pull by left
 
4  gentlespoons allemande right once
 
B2  16  partners balance & swing

¹ 3rd neighbors in right hand, gentlespoons face in at partner's back
² this is your new minor set
http://epicyclic.org/dance/compositions.html#four
For the organizers of Fall Has Sprung, the 12hour dance in Grass Valley: Dan Skeahan, Eric Engels, Joyce Miller, and Lisa Frankel. You also get to see four of your neighbors each time through.
Some have suggested, in the B1, changing the pull by left to an allemande left 1/2. I prefer the timing with a pull by, but the allemande left 1/2 may be better in a crowded hall.
by: Lisa Greenleaf
introduces moves: box the gnat, custom
formation: improper
Have dancers introduce themselves to their previous neighbor during walkthrough.
A1  8  neighbors right hand balance & box the gnat

2  neighbors pull by right
 
6  previous neighbors allemande left once
 
A2  16  neighbors balance & swing

B1  6  circle left 3 places

10  partners swing
 
B2  8  ladles chain

8  star left 4 places ⁋

by: Cary Ravitz
sub Good Friday or 33333 depending on earlier
introduces moves: slice
formation: Becket
A1  8  slice left and straight back ⁋

2  pass through across the set
 
6  partners allemande right ¾ to short wave, gentlespoons join lefts in the middle
 
A2  8  balance & Rory O'More right, gentlespoons slide 1 place ladles slide 2 places

8  neighbors swing
 
B1  2  pass through across the set

6  neighbors allemande right ¾ to short wave, gentlespoons join lefts in the middle
 
8  balance & Rory O'More right, gentlespoons slide 1 place ladles slide 2
 
B2  8  partners gyre once

8  partners swing

by: Chris Page
introduces moves: poussette
formation: improper
A1  6  half poussette  gentlespoons pull partners back then left clockwise ⁋

10  neighbors swing
 
A2  8  long lines forward & back

8  circle left 3 places
 
B1  6  half poussette  gentlespoons pull neighbors back then left clockwise

10  partners swing
 
B2  8  ladles chain to neighbor

8  circle right 4 places

Notes from Bob Isaacs: Written on August 7, 2012 as a smushing together of the B2/A1 of "A Sure Thing" and A2/B1 of "Trust," to put both transitions in the same dance. Chris learned to dance and call at Glenside before moving to San Diego a decade ago. This dance has it all; a new transition, good flow into both swings, and the beautiful/circle R/pousette progression.
by: Susan Kevra
introduces moves: balance
formation: Becket
A1  6  circle left 3 places

2  pass through
 
8  next neighbors swing
 
A2  8  long lines forward & back

8  ladles chain
 
B1  6  ladles allemande right once

6  partners allemande left 1½
 
4  gentlespoons allemande right once
 
B2  4  partners balance

12  partners swing

The allemands aren't exactly as indicated above  the idea is to make sure all three happen in time for the Balance at the top of the B2