Much Hanky Panky

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

A1: (16) Give & Take (Ladies Take) + Neighbor Swing {1}
A2: (8)  Long Lines Forward & Back
    (8)  Men {With former neighbor} Do-si-Do + Ladies Scoot {2}
B1: (8)  {Former Neighbors} Star Left 1x
    (4)  Men Cast out of Star while Ladies Allemande Left 1/2 {3}
    (4)  Ladies Scoop Shadow and Star Promenade
B2: (4)  {Shortened} Butterfly Whirl {4}
    (4)  Men Advance to Partner
    (8)  Partner Swing

CallingNotes: Start by introducing shadow (face partner, then look past 
  partner to next same-sex person).  The ladies also have a "partner in 
  crime" - that person is your shadow's partner.  Ladies should make 
  special note of her too.  {1} After the swing have dancers briefly turn 
  back to back with one you swing to face their FORMER neighbors, just so 
  the men know who they will Do-si-Do with.  {2} Scoot = Tell ladies, 
  "Ladies - remember that 'partner in crime' - she's still off to your 
  left.  While the men are busy with the do-si-do, the ladies cast over 
  your right shoulder, walk up or down the set and move into the spot now 
  occupied by your partner in crime.  Your shadow should now be standing 
  across the set."   {3} Men cast out of star - it's basically a turn 
  single right while the ladies allemande left 1/2.  {4} Ladies are 
  backing up to whirl the men.  End the shortened butterfly whirl facing 
  up or down.  Men should be able to see their partner's back ahead of 
  them.

NotesOther: It remains to be seen if dancers will accept a star 
  promenade/butterfly whirl sequence which has been divided across a 
  phrase boundry.