Monarchs on the Milkweed #2

SourceDir: 1-DaveN-Quick-Entry.txt
Author1: Dave Notman
***REVERSE BECKET ***

A1: (8)  Long Lines Forward & Back {1}
    (8)  Star Right 1x {2}
A2: (8)  Men Orbit CCW 1/2 while Ladies Allemande Right 1.5 {3}
    (4)  Ladies walk past their partner and continue up or down into the 
      next set
    (4)  Ladies {with new same sex neighbor} Allemande right 1/2
B1: (8)  {New} Neighbor Allemande Left 1.75 {4}
    (8)  Promenade Across
B2: (8)  Circle Balance + Petronella Spin {4}
    (8)  Partner Swing

CallingNotes: {1} First, introduce future neighbor to the ladies.  He's 
  on the right diagonal.  But when you meet up with him, he's going to be 
  on your side of the set.  {2} Use hands-across stars.  {3} Men cast out 
  of the star into the CCW orbit, while ladies continue turning by the 
  right.  {4} To transition from the allemande left to the promenade, the 
  men must "flip" - a 1/2 turn in place CCW while continuing to hold the 
  lady's left hand.  A Varsouvienne promenade works well here.

NotesOther: I wanted to use a double butterfly whirl in A2, but the men 
  will be facing the wrong direction after the CCW orbit.  It's still a 
  nice dance.

JH - Your 2nd A1 would take some good dancers to not get lost.  I bet 
  that mens orbit would cause problems in that at the end men would have 
  to stop moving on their own at the right spot to wait for the new 
  neighbor allemande.  I bet guys will tend to keep walking and travel 
  with their existing neighbor.  I like the way you start the men 
  orbiting.  There always seems to be a hesitance in dancers to start an 
  orbit, probably due to the way it is typically called, Ladies allemande 
  1 1/2, men orbit, guys get their instructions several counts behind, 
  some hear LADIES do something and tune out.  Having the orbit start by 
  rolling out of the star will get them moving, the ladies are already 
  practically allemanding right out of the star, nice.