Progressive Squares - introduction
This article from the Experimental Lab of Sets in Order magazine documents the introduction of progressive squares by Ed Gilmore. The article explains that he "developed an unusual collection of calls designed to move dancers from one square to another, across the hall and eventually back to their starting spot while utilizing normal basic material. The technique depends on the dancers following the calls regardless of how strange the situation may seem at the moment." Later, the author adds, "Like any other "gimmick" the progressive squares can remain popular as long as they are not overworked."
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