>The problem seems to be at the end of bar 16 (men right-hand turn, women >left-hand turn). The men have it easy going into the right hands across; >the women must remember for 2nd woman to preceed the 1st woman from the >left-hand turn into the right-hands across. Woman one can help by holding >back a little so that the second woman can lead into the turn.
Actually, they loved that part and did it with grace and panache. The
problem came with "l'espagnole", trying to sort that out from the half
double figures of eight and the turns at the beginning. Turning the figure
90 degrees just disorients people and messes them up.