"Birkhan's "Butterflies, Sex & Hypochondria" is a body-centered spectacle which draws its strength from transforming sensual perceptions into persuasive images. It is a strong piece, charged on the surface and substantial in the depth. One of those amazing choreographies surfacing in the off-scene that make you think wow, this should run in a theatre with hundreds of seats for a whole season. Until you soberly realize that it would not work, as established art sanctuaries are unapt for these kinds of delicacies..."
Read more of this review by Petr Karlovsky of Butterflies, Sex & Hypochondria's version for In Girum...#1 on Modern Dance Reviews.