Do the anything call, omitting the final Extend or Step Thru.
Optionally, the caller could say Hold The Line | Wave to mean the same thing.
Some callers use the phrase To A Line instead of To A Wave
if the (designated) dancers are to stop in a Line. For example, from Columns:
Checkmate The Column,
Last Two To A Line.
Here is a partial list of calls (C2 or below) that might be done To A Wave:
Scoot Back (Centers) To A Wave:
(Centers) To A Wave
| || after |
(Note that the Outside dancers
are not offset, but have adjusted
so that they are centered)
Square Chain Thru To A Wave [C1]:
From Facing Couples (or R-H Wave).
Square Thru but on the 2nd hand Left Swing Thru 1 & 1/2.
Ends in a L-H Wave.
Some callers use the phrase 'To A Wave' in a strictly "helpful" manner
(e.g., from a 1/4 Tag, Extend To A Wave when merely Extend would
have sufficed). The phrase 'To A Wave' is also used to tell the dancers
to not re-establish a distorted formation (e.g., Stagger Transfer The
Column To A Wave). In these cases, the callers are not using the
anything To A Wave CONCEPT.
The following calls (C2 or below) contain the phrase 'To A Wave' but are
not part of this concept: