Dancers and choreographers employ symmetric patterns of bodies on stage fluidly and in fleeting ways. Ballet, folk, and contemporary dances often arrange dancers in two categories: men and women, two colors of costumes, antagonistic groups, etc. This paper investigates danced two-colored or dichromatic symmetry patterns, and continues an earlier investigation on how such danced symmetry patterns may be seamlessly morphed from one symmetry type to another, in a manner similar to visual parquet deformations. It also looks briefly at how they are employed in a variety of dance forms. These explorations may make for engaging activities for math classes or clubs.