In NIETES, theatre-makers Kim Karssen and Hendrik Kegels flat-out say "NO!" to everything that presents itself.

The audience? Bah, NO!
Light? Yikes, NO!
Applause? NO!
An unforgettable turnout? Boo, NO thank you!

They reverse the laws of theatre, push off all possibilities and put them under lock and key forever. NIETES is a parade of everything that is not allowed to participate, and everything that can no longer participate. Dinosaurs are pushed back into their eggs, the Romans don't even have an empire, and even Elvis Presley is removed from the picture tube before he has had a chance to swing his hips.

An apocalyptic iconoclasm about control, anger, letting go and not being able to cope with change. A show to which no one is invited, which is unlikely to start and will never end.

Nothing can happen. Everything stays the same forever. Fine!