By Kelly Luck
“Beautiful Butterflies” is the story of two people who meet in therapy. They each are dealing with their own issues, as indeed is their therapist, who is trying to rebuild her relationship with her daughter. The show is presented as a musical with unaccompanied singing.
Unfortunately, the show lacks polish in the areas of dialogue and story pacing, and there are mood swings in the story that are downright jarring. The performances are a mixed bag, and overall the play needs a lot of reworking before its ready for an audience.