Star Thru
DEFINITION:
Man's right hand is placed against the lady's left, palm to palm with fingers up, to make an arch. As the dancers move forward, the lady does a one quarter left face turn under the arch, while the man does a one quarter turn to the right moving behind the lady. They end side by side with the lady on the man's right.

STARTING FORMATION:
Facing dancers (man and lady).

TIMING:
4 steps from point of contact.

STYLE:
Hands are joined in the arch, palm to palm, fingers pointed up. Hand grip should be adjusted to couple handhold after the basic is completed. Join hands in raised position approximately eye level. It is important that hands not be joined before that point. Man's hand should be used to stabilize as the lady provides her own momentum. It is equally important that the man's arm remain well above the lady's head.