Illuminator of mystery, enchanter and messenger of history
Luc PETIT has not yet finished making you dream


Heritage Opera

Visé, BEL

For the inauguration of the restoration of the Saint Martin’s Collegial Church of Visé, Luc PETIT and Michel TEHEUX conceived a heritage opera.
Thanks to this original concept conceived in close relationship to the place that accommodates it, spectators discovered their heritage in an astonishing and poetic way.
80 actors, among whom the 3 Crossbowmen’s Guild of Visé and a collection of saxophonists, dancers and impressive fire magicians made the city relive its history through the dramatisation of its emblematic monument.
A blazing show “so that stones become fire”.


Corporate Show

Luxembourg, LUX

For this tailor-made show designed for the famous telecom operator, Luc PETIT placed all his chips on Orange !
Technical prowess and physical effort, speed of connection and frantic music imparted a real momentum of modernity to this creation.
Fire, plays of light, and laser beams illustrating the optical fibres took the audience on a journey through the greatest technological innovations in the world of communication.
During the unforgettable finale, the guests, installed in a transparent marquis, witnessed a magical change of light on the splendid natural scenery of cliffs, symbolizing their passage into the Orange world.


Opening Ceremony

Brussels, BEL

This is not red, this is Thalys”, was the audacious remark made in the speech of Olivier Poitrenaud – Managing Director of Thalys, drawing inspiration from Magritte.
It was in Brussels that the trains’ new livery, the fruit of some interior and exterior restoration, was presented to some 500 or so guests.
Transformed into a gigantic show hall, the TGV (HST) maintenance depot housed a truly explosive show: clowns, dancers, acrobats and magicians of fire opened the way to the new Thalys.
That’s what you-call laying out the red carpet!
A production realized in collaboration with Punch Communication & Spectra.


Corporate Show

Avenches, CHE

It was again on Luc PETIT’s talent that Nespresso called for the inauguration of its new factory in Avenches, Switzerland. Architecture, passion, light and human strength were the four cornerstones of this bespoke show for Nespresso. The ideas melded together, the architect gathered inspiration, designed and drew. Passion made its entry on to the stage, men and women started to dance, fire flew from their hands and flames pirouetted in space.


Heritage Opera

Seneffe, BEL

Magical night in the Château de Seneffe.
Evening falls, the gardens, the theatre, the alleys and the ponds blaze up and are covered with gold.
A blazing festival where 10,000 visitors discover the estate and its imposing setting by following an entertainment-itinerary leading to an encounter with dancers inspired by Italian theatre, luminous characters, acrobats in the trees and fire virtuosi, all to the sound of drums and amplified by more than 10 firework displays.


Fashion Show

Brussels, BEL

The sun has shone in Tour & Taxis (Brussels).
In order to celebrate its tenth anniversary in style, the Belgian ready-to-wear brand entrusted the keys to its universe to Luc PETIT.
Dancers, mimes and acrobats on a trampoline came to amplify the poetic presentation of the autumn-winter collection.
A spectacular fashion show that was hailed by a standing ovation.
A production realized in collaboration with Top Secret Communication.


Corporate Show


It was on stages inBrussels, Amsterdam, Madrid, Lisbon and Zurich that Luc PETIT presented CitiZ via an astonishing show that involved the creation of brand new scenes.
The new range of Nespresso coffee machines, influenced by the aesthetics of the world’s major cities, with a minimalist, elegant, ergonomic and contemporary design, inspired him to design a resolutely urban universe.
Striking music, light shows, projections, plays of mirrors and dancers changing from streetwear to business suits, all choreographed in an urban style, gave this show its stunning rhythm.


Show from Juste Pour Rire Festival

Montreal, CAN

Montreal welcomes the adventures of the couple, Rose de Nantes and Victor, the emblematic characters of the Juste Pour Rire Festival in a new interactive show created by Danielle ROY and staged by Luc PETIT.
Combining performing arts and fairground arts, Le Monde de Victor transports the festival-goers into a most fairy-like universe.
In this true fun fair district, visitors can saunter and discover fortune-tellers, stilt-walkers, a wheel of fortune, caricaturists, jugglers and many other surprises.


Heritage Opera

Liège, BEL

The magic of Christmas once again operates within the splendid setting of the Cathedral of Liege.
To accompany Michel TEHEUX‘s dark text as well as powerful music, Luc PETIT imagined a completely light and poetic scenography by choosing a ballet of aerial dancers. With the help of subtle plays of light, moving along the columns or flying over the nave, the actors of this show revealed all the beauty of the Cathedral’s Gothic architecture.
The meeting of the Sky and the Earth, of man’s dreams and reality.


Urban Opera

La Louvière, BEL

30,000 spectators attended this new edition of the Urban Opera in La Louvière.
It was to the sound of 90 drums playing carnival folklore tunes that Sancho appeared. To accompany him, more than 700 of the townsfolk took part in the show by dancing, parading, manipulating giants or playing in the great lunar orchestra.

Poetry came from the sky with aerial dancers, rhythm brought by suspended drummers and a splendid fire organ set ablaze the church on top of which Sancho went to take down the moon once again.
An evening charged with emotions and dreams, engraving unforgettable images in the eyes of small and big alike.