Rise of The Numberless
Ran April 06, 2012 - May 26, 2012

One Child, One Nation may have saved our great country during the population crisis 50 years ago but The New Colony and Bailiwick Chicago have heard the voices of its victims. You’ve heard the rumors of the secret Numberless performance troupe but we found them. They are no terrorists. Let your underground brothers and sisters open your eyes with their glam-rock inspired RISE OF THE NUMBERLESS. This is treason but this is truth. Only child? Think again.

Collaboraction Studio 300 in the Flat Iron Arts Building

1579 N. Milwaukee
Chicago, IL 60622

The Flat Iron Arts Building is steps from the Damen Blue Line.

Metered street parking is available on Damen, North and Milwaukee.

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Windy City Times: Bailiwick and New Colony add up 'Numberless'
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The songs (music by Chris Gingrich & Julie B. Nichols, lyrics by Chris Gingrich & Andrew Hobgood) that comprise a large portion of the show have an undeniable verve and poetry to them, and the cast belts the roster of songs with the pitch perfect understanding of what makes the best of punk and glam rock resonate, displaying a strange and precise mixture of catharsis and winking mischief. They don't just rebel; they revel.
The cult-in-the-making is perfect for its Friday and Saturday timeslots for twenty-somethings and young thirty-somethings wanting to hang out and make some noise.
Theater in Chicago: Interview with Nikki Klix and Evan Linder
The Band