Saturday, April 4, 2009 Hunter Center $13 / $10 Students with ID / Members 10% discount Member tickets are not available via the internet. The innovative theater artist Sebastienne Mundheim's dreamlike work examines World War II in Eastern Europe through a child's fantasy, using striking, large kinetic paper sculpture, along with dancers, live musicians, and video projection to explore memory and history. Thematically rich, mind-blowing looks, Sea of Birds is like "Pan's Labyrinth, on steroids and in person," says Philadelphia Weekly. "Her sculptures move with an eerie starkness, as performers move through their routines and weave in layer after layer into her pieces." The Hunter Center is transformed into an intimate playing space for this special event and there are two performances at 4, and 8 PM on Saturday. Saturday, April 4, 2009, 12:00 pm Hunter Center $5 per person/ Members 10% discount Kids can be part of the creative process and join Sea of Birds creator Sebastienne Mundheim for a workshop on building set pieces which will be used in the performances later in the day. Space is limited.