In NIETES, theater makers Kim Karssen and Hendrik Kegels flat-out say "NO!" to everything that presents itself. They reverse the laws of theater, push off all possibilities and put them under lock and key forever.
NIETES is a parade of everything that isn't 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's even had a chance to swing his hips. NOTES is an apocalyptic iconoclasm about control, anger, letting go and not being able to deal with change. A performance to which no one is invited, which is unlikely to begin and will never end.