Luna Negra highlights issues of immigration, ethnic identity (Chicago Tribune)
Probing drama and bursts of satire rotate in full-bodied sweeps of emotion during Luna Negra Dance Theaters spring engagement, running through Sunday at the Athenaeum Theatre. Chicagos 8-year-old Latino contemporary troupe continues to shape a fresh and eclectic language for addressing issues of immigration and ever-fluctuating ethnic identity.
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