New Play: Blind Love

True or false?—The blind are just like other people except that they can't see.

True or false?—Mothers are possessive busybodies, but only because they have the best interests of their loved ones at heart.

True or false?—Women are fickle, but they always recognize Mr. Right when he comes along.

One may submit to this true-or-false test by attending the tepid little Broadway comedy called Butterflies Are Free. Playwright Leonard Gershe's basic plot is an old chestnut, dropping with a slightly pathetic spin: Blind Boy meets Girl, Blind Boy loses Girl, Blind Boy gets Girl....

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