Waves of Madness

SourceDir: DaveN-Quick-Entry.txt
Author1: Dave Notman
Level: Advanced
Setup: Improper + Circle RIGHT 1/4
***REVERSE BECKET ***

A1: (8)  Right Diagonal Ladies Chain {1}
    (6)  Star Left 3/4 {2}
    (2)  Men cast out (right) {to Wave of Four Across}
A2: (8)  Wave of Four Balance & Spin Right {3}
    (8)  Wave of Four Balance & Spin Left
B1: (4)  Men Advance + Ladies Allemande Left 1/2 {4}
    (12) {New} Neighbor Swing
B2: (16) Give & Take (Ladies take) Partner Swing

CallingNotes: {1} Shadow is to man's left in line.  After the right 
  diagonal chain, shadow will be across the set (at least for those not 
  near the ends).

{2} After the 3/4 star, dancers will be on the same side of the set as 
  their shadows.  Men then cast out and back over their right shoulder 
  and take hands in a wave of four across.  From caller's left to right 
  the wave will read: M1(dn)-Shadow-M1(up)-Shadow-M2(dn)-M2(up).  Dancers 
  are holding right hands with their shadows, and the ladies have left 
  hands joined in the middle.  Most dancers should be able to see their 
  partner in the next wave.  Note that this wave was numbered assuming 
  that the ones started to the callers RIGHT.

{3} The dance gets its name from this figure.  Except for a couple near 
  the end, most dancers will see their partner looking back at them from 
  the next wave.  The idea is to lock eyes with your partner as much as 
  possible in A2, just as you would in a Mad Robin.

{4} Before the ladies let their partners swing them, they decide to have 
  a bit more fun.  While their partners advance towards them, they switch 
  places with a quick allemande left 1/2.

NotesOther: DJN back to JH - Hmmm - the waves were supposed to go across 
  in "Waves of Madness" and "The Way of the Gypsy".  Maybe I didn't make 
  that clear.  I wonder if that was the source of the confusion.