From Tsippi Fleischer’s perspective, the path from theater to dance was natural: “The aspect of the visual and of movement in my musical works . . . [is as] two intertwined forces . . . “ During the years 1974-1976, Tsippi Fleischer served as the musical director of the Kibbutz Contemporary Dance Company (at the time the Inter-Collective Dance Company), and even wrote music for its ballet A Fistful of Life by choreographer Yonat Osman-Klar; in 1978 she composed Rattles, Baskets and Kindling for the Inbal Dance Theater with the choreography of Sara Levi-Tanai, with whom she worked at the that time intensively; in 1989, choreographer Anna Sokolow and play writer Philip Diskin wrote the dance-theater piece “Song of Machpella” to three of Fleischer’s works – Resuscitation, To the Fruits of My Land, 10 Fragments for Oboe, Clarinet and Bassoon, and more.
The Kibbutz Contemporary Dance Company performs "A Fistful of Life" by choreographer Yonat Osman-Klar (1976)