The Entertainer (with Sydney) has mostly basic flowing moves.
Itsy Bitsy Spider (with Jyah) features more bouncy moves.
Although I'm not interested in competing, I do enjoy teaching my dogs routines for entertainment purposes. These two short, compact routines can be performed in relatively small spaces. Both of the above routines require a space about 25 square feet whereas competition routines (under the World Canine Freestyle Organization's guidelines) are performed in either a 30' x 60' or a 40' x 80' ring.
Once your dog knows freestyle moves, mini routines can be fairly quickly and easily trained. These condensed routines are a good size and length for programs in places like retirement homes, school libraries, and local theaters.
To see how I taught the "skip" featured in The Entertainer go to "Teaching the Skip".