The Tuxedo is an easy Two-Step sequence dance described by Morrie Morrison in 1955.
It's reminiscent of (but easier than) the Aero Two-Step from 1910.
Closed position throughout.
Part I - Slow and Quick Chassés Along LOD (4 bars): Side (1), close (2), side (3), close (4) along LOD, then side (5), close (and), side (6), close (and), side (7), and pause, pointing free foot against LOD (8).
Part II - Slow and Quick Chassés Against LOD (4 bars): Repeat opposite, against LOD (1, 2, 3, 4, 5-and-6-and-7, 8).
Parts III & IV - Two-Step (4 bars): Four full turns of two-step (1-and-2, 3-and-4, 5-and-6, 7-and-8 / 1-and-2, 3-and-4, 5-and-6, 7-and-8).
Repeat from the beginning.
"It Can Be Done" by the Morrie Morrison Orchestra.
© 2018 Nick Enge
If you or your community is interested in learning the Tuxedo, .
For more, including descriptions of 25 different waltzes and hundreds of variations thereof, see Waltzing: A Manual for Dancing and Living a book by Richard Powers and Nick Enge.
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