REMARKS: The Spanish Ballroom is a superb dance venue. Built in 1933 and restored in 2003, the art deco style ballroom has a wonderful sprung 7,700 SF maple floor which can easily handle 6 lines of contradancers.
================================= Patience (Chris Page, Improper) A1 – Long lines forward and back   (8), Gents allemande left 1 & ½ (8) A2 – Partner something and swing  (16) B1 – Partner promenade (8), Women allemande right 1 & ½ (8) B2 – Neighbor whatever and swing  (16)
 At this point, gents need to be reminded to look for a new man on the left diagonal.
 For a slightly more complicated variant, add a roll away (men roll away new neighbor) as the lines go back.
 Caller's choice to fit the music or program. (Balance and swing, gypsy and swing, do-si-do and swing, or swing and swing.) Or caller can make it the dancer's choice.
I'd learned about the partner choice/neighbor choice swing concept from Bob Isaacs, which is when the caller leaves it up to the dancers on how to negotiate a 16-count swing. For a neighbor choice swing, it helps to have significant pre-swing neighbor interaction to size each other up. This dance lacks that, though you do spend 24 seconds in the same minor set before swinging. The optional roll-away gives more neighbor interaction.
This particular sequence was written for an April Fool's dance, where I wanted a double choice swing dance simple enough to fit in the first slot. This sequence may already exist, but I haven't run across it during a casual literature check. And most long-swing beginner dances follow the form of:
A1 – Neighbor swing A2 – Someone cross the set B1 – Partner swing B2 – Progress