“Don’t Cry Over Broken Squares … Fix Them! Part 4” by Allan Hurst reprinted from the May 2004 issue of Times Squared

Click here for previous part. The Last Resort Finally, there’s the method of last resort, which I’ve often heard termed “find a hole and fill it”. If you get totally…

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“Don’t Cry Over Broken Squares … Fix Them! Part 3” by Allan Hurst reprinted from the May 2004 issue of Times Squared

Click here for the previous part and here for the next part. Symmetry and Image Dancers In his book, The Extemporaneous Caller, Bill Davis defines the concept of “Image Dancers,”…

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“Don’t Cry Over Broken Squares … Fix Them! Part 2” by Allan Hurst reprinted from the May 2004 issue of Times Squared

Click here for the previous part and here for the next part. Callerlab Recovery Callerlab’s suggested method of recovery is for everyone in the broken square to return to their…

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“Don’t Cry Over Broken Squares … Fix Them! Part 1” by Allan Hurst reprinted from the May 2004 issue of Times Squared

This is a great four part article about fixing broken down squares. Maybe we can implement more them in our dancing. It’s one of the ultimate cultural taboos in square…

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