Chicago’s Luna Negra Dance Theater dabbles in whimsy and madness: The troupe’s nine members dance as if it’s the last night on earth. The company’s primary raison d’être is to champion the work of Latino choreographers, and the three dances presented this week in the company’s Jacob’s Pillow debut share that cultural tie as well as a generosity of spirit and physicality.
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