The scene is Seville, Spain, at the bullfight ring. There is tension and drama. Will you play the part of the Matador, or bullfighter, with his dominant, conquering posture? Or are you the Señorita, or Spanish lady, opening up like a flamenco flower or the Matador's cape, arrogant and seductive? Paso Doble is almost always danced to España Cañí - the Spanish Gypsy Dance. Accept no imitations.
The Ballroom (or standard) dances are romantic, jazzy or passionate. In competitions, the man wears a white bow tie and tailsuit and the lady usually wears a long, floaty dress to best show off the spins around the floor. All the dances are "in hold" which means the lady stands close to the man and the couple dance as a single unit.
You might want to just dance to your favourite pop song, or organise all your friends for a group dance. You could also celebrate other countries such as Ceilidh dancing from Scotland or Barn Dancing from the United States of America. Yee hah!