In the space delineated by red cordons set on golden, sumptuous, museum-like stands, the actors build, through play, a "total art work" with the help of children. They will create poems, paintings, costumes and others, all invented on the spot, and the resulting living art work is unique and irrepetible. Who enters this magical space implicitly agrees to participate in the creation game guided by the actors-artists, themselves pawns and dice in the childish game of avant-garde literature. The volunteers from the audience will be selected by the game's MC through little poems designed to incite the young spectators and, why not, also their parents or grandparents: "Eeny, meeny, miny, moe,/ Catch a tiger by the toe./If he hollers, let him go,/Eeny, meeny, miny, moe." It will not only be a guided creative workshop, but also a good opportunity for good cheer and spontaneous playing, something we all need in our lives.