Fringe Review: Breathtaking Compositions in “Docile Bodies”

June 14, 2017

Rahul Gandhi

2017 Fringe Reviewer at Montreal Theatre Hub
Rahul Gandhi is an independent artist, as well as a BFA student. Recent credits include Louise in Hudson Village Theatre's "Private lives", and Jeremy in Persephone's "Jerome of Sandy Cove". As co-founder/artistic director of Tantalus, he is hot off his first fully independent production: "Adoration", which will be remounted at this years Fringe. As an actor/director/producer, he is thrilled to "go Fringing", and to be working with Montreal Theatre Hub watching, offering insight and reviewing some of the wonderful theatrical experiences Montreal has to offer. He will stay hydrated this festival on a balanced diet St-Ambroise Apricot and/or Perrier.

The irony in Docile Bodies is that the term itself would imply a form of corporeal submission, yet it has some of the most liberal, smart, and experimental collective creation efforts that result in intricate beautiful […]