This is a play that nobody must come and see. That is, the not-coming of anyone makes the play. Together with the very extensive advertising of the spectacle through newspapers, radio, T.V., private invitations, etc. ...
No one must be told not to come.
No one should be told that he really shouldn't come.
No one must be prevented from coming in any way whatsoever!!!
But nobody must come, or there is no play.
That is, if the spectators come, there is no play. And if no spectators come, there is no play either ... I mean, one way or the other there is a play, but it is a No-Play.
In this No-Play, time/space is of the essence. It consists of a performance during which no spectator becomes older. If the spectators become old3r from the time they come to the performance to the time they leave, then there is no play. That is to say, there is a play, but it is a No-Play.