Baiting the Bulls

SourceDir: 1-DaveN-Quick-Entry.txt
Author1: Dave Notman
***SICILIAN CIRCLE, BIZARRE ***

Setup: Regular Sicilian Circle, then couple in outer circle trades places

A1: (8)  Men Split the Ladies; separate and walk back outside to place
    (8)  Men Allemande Right 1.5
A2: (8)  Neighbor Balance & Swing
B1: (8)  Circle Left 3/4
    (8)  Other Neighbor Swing
B2: (8)  Long Lines Forward & Back + Couple in Outer Ring Rolls Away {1}
    (8)  Ladies Gypsy

CallingNotes: Zig-Zag Mixer!!!!  At the start the two men are facing CCW 
  and the two ladies are facing CW.  In this dance, you will have a same 
  sex traveling companion, but no real partner.  {1} The roll away puts 
  the two men across from each other, and the traveling companions have 
  now progressed.  The dance will be smoother if the lady rolls the man 
  instead of the other way around.

Both men and women will zig-zag between the inner and outer rings.  This 
  won't work in a contra line, because with the men progressing one way 
  and the ladies another, eventually groups of all men and all women will 
  form as couples turn around at the ends.

Caller's Schtick - Before teaching the twos gypsy in B1, tell dancers, 
  "There are eight counts of music left.  Ladies - your job is to fill 
  those eight counts with the slowest flirtiest gypsy you can manage.  
  But be aware, ladies, that while you gypsy, the men are staring fixedly 
  in your direction, snorting, and pawing the earth in eager anticipation 
  of their charge between you at start of the next dance cycle.  So 
  ladies, do your slow flirty gypsy, and then at the last instant, whirl 
  away from each other just in time to let the men pass between you.  
  This dance is fun to call to a hall full of teenagers.  The boys may be 
  relied upon to make crude animal noises and gestures, and the girls are 
  sure to shriek loudly as they narrowly escape the charging boys.  So - 
  have fun, but PLEASE PLEASE don't knock anyone over!!!!"

NotesOther: Inspired by Bob Dalsemer's "Dog Branch Reel"