A Phantom is a non-existent dancer with whom you may be asked to work. A Phantom formation (e.g., after
Heads Wheel Thru, Swing Thru, Heads Hinge) has the dancers arranged as shown below. Some of the
dancers are in lines at the head, and some are in lines at the side. Each dancer acts as though he or she were
in parallel waves or lines with all the Phantom positions occupied by real dancers.
It is also possible to have a phantom formation where some of the dancers feel like they're in columns (as
below). However, this variation is not appropriate for use at C-1.
Consider Phantom Circulate:
Common applications include Couples Circulate, Cross Over Circulate, Tag the Line, Turn and Deal, Wheel
and Deal, Ferris Wheel, Acey Deucey, Trade the Wave, Recycle, Ah So, Circulate, Trade Circulate.
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