After a five-year break, award-winning choreographer Yasmin Godder revived her Suddenly Birds (2002) for a series of performances at Suzanne Dellal in September. The piece will now travel on a seven-city tour to Germany, Spain, Poland and Switzerland. The dance features four women who are exploring the physical and other kinds of spaces separating them. Cellist Karni Postel plays the music she composed for the dance. The Anthology, by and featuring Smadar Yaaron and Moni Yosef, is the story of Holocaust survivor Zelma Greenwald and the piano that helped her live. Zelma chats about life and memory with the audience sitting around her and the piano, and the text of the performance is never quite the same. It is an offshoot of Arbeit Macht Frei, the searing holocaust memoir created in 1992 by David Ma'ayan and the Acre Theater Center, and has been touring Europe for the past decade. Anthology will play at the Cameri Theater on January 26 and 27, and at Shelter 209 in Tel Aviv on January 30.