Juice of Barley #2

SourceDir: DaveN-Quick-Entry.txt
Author1: Dave Notman
Setup: Improper + Swing Neighbor + face up or down for CW oval promenade
QT: Improper

A1: (8)  Chainsaw Promenade Neighbor CW + Turn as Couples
    (8)  Chainsaw Promenade CCW + Face Across
A2: (8)  Revolving Doors {1}
    (8)  Scoop Partner, Star Promenade + Butterfly Whirl
B1: (8)  Ladies forward to long wave + Balance the wave
    (8)  Swing Partner
B2: (8)  Circle Right 3/4 + Pass Through Up or Down {by the left}
    (8)  {New} Neighbor Swing {end facing up or down for chainsaw 
      promenade}

CallingNotes: {1} "Revolving Doors" - a Ron Buchanan move.  Couples 
  promenade 1/2 way across until men are standing Left to Left in the 
  center. So all four dancers are shoulder to shoulder in the center Then 
  the men release the women, and, while the women continue walking to the 
  other side of the set, the men allemande left 1/2 So all four dancers 
  are back shoulder to shoulder in the center to scoop the ladies.  If 
  you star promenade half way all the dancers are back in the center for 
  the butterfly twirl.  If the ladies are to continue on across to the 
  side after release from the promenade, the men would need to allemande 
  3/4 to scoop their partner on the side.  There has to be a 3/4 or 1/4 
  in there somewhere to get the dancers to the side of the set.

The gents have their left side on the inside track of the CCW promenade, 
  What if you just had the men allemande left   1 1/2 to  scoop partner 
  for the star promenade and butterfly in A2 rather than have the 
  promenading couples turn to face in and then do the revolving door?    
  That puts couples on the gents home side for B1 and make a much more 
  conventional circle left pass thru progression possible in B2.  I can 
  see why Mariah gets irritated with me.  I can't look at a dance without 
  playing what if scenarios.

NotesOther: DJN to JH - Juice of Barley #2 - The star promenade is 1/2 
  way.  The partner swing is on the lady's side (of the improper dance).  
  Note that the circle in B2 is to the RIGHT.  It would be easy to 
  misread that part since so many other dances circle to the left 3/4.