A1: Neighbor Gypsy & Swing
A2: Long Lines Forward & Back
Gents Allemande L 11/2
B1: Hey (Partner R to Start)
B2: Partner Balance & Swing
All end swing facing new couple on Right Diagonal.
Ladies stay put , Gents cross directly  to New Neighbor, beginning
the Gypsy from across the set.
 This dance is most easily taught from Improper formation, though the savvy among us will recognize that the dance is secretly in Becket formation, ending with a Partner Swing. At the ends of the line, dancers will sometimes wait out in Becket, sometimes in Improper, and it doesn't matter much either way.
 This is super-important to stress during the walk-through. The Ladies will have an urge to meet their next Neighbor, especially if their timing is late. If the Ladies don't anchor the location of that swing, however, things might get a little tricky. Fortunately, the Long Lines figure in A2 allows for ample recovery from most flubs!
 Gents pass their previous (current) neighbor Gent by the Left shoulder.
This is a much improved version of the first dance I ever wrote, by the same name. I love using it to teach the Hey in the first half of my program, since it includes a new figure for the experienced dancers to chew on while being otherwise pretty benign. The timing is forgiving, and aside from requiring a careful walk-through, I'm very proud of this dance's overall accessibility. This modified dance was completed in Luke Donforth's Kitchen, in Burlington Vermont.