Review from The Guardian.
The choreographger Charles Linehan doesn't do action, thrills or special effects. Grand Junction (2002), a small-scale work that accumulates a powerful but understated intensity, shows Linehan at his best. For much of the piece, the two dancers, Andreja Rauch and Greig Cooke, remain almost oblivious to each other's presence, as isolated as the pools of light in which they first appear. She is careful, tidy, timid; he broader and more fluid. They trip and twist around their own limbs, at odds not only with each other, but with themselves. MORE