Tag: genderless

T.B.C. Trio (Texas Boys Choir Trio)

This is a good, genderless dance for beginners.


Jefferson’s Reel

This is one of the best Duple Contra options for use at Beginner Dances. It can be danced either as a Proper Duple or an Alternate Duple.


Mason’s Apron Trio

This facing trio by Ken Kernen is a simplification of a Scottish Country dance by the same name. It uses “Circle Six”, “Ends Dosado”, and “Centers Star Right with their right-hand two, then Star Left with their left-hand two”. There is a Triplet version.


General Bradford’s Charge

This facing trio by Mary Jo Bradford has lots of action. It uses Circles, Arm Turns, Stars, and a clap sequence. There is a triplet version.


Dos Plus One Trio

This facing trio by Ken Kernen uses “Inside ends Sashay down” and Stars of three.


Wild Turkey

This one-way trio mixer by Bob Howell uses “center turn dancer on the right by the right and turn dancer on the left by the left”.


Theil’s Trio

This one-way trio mixer by Jack Theil uses walk, back up, claps, stamps, “center turn dancer on right by the right, and center turn dancer on left by left”.


Texas Shootout

This one-way trio mixer by Bob Howell uses “Right hands high and the left two under”, Stars and Circles.


Rebecca’s Roundabout

This one-way trio mixer by Hugh Ripon uses Circles, Stars, and “Centers duck thru and go right, duck thru and go left, duck thru and move on (and/or change places)”.


New Craze

This one-way trio or small group dance by Ken Kernen uses walk, backup, stamps, claps, and Stars.