Robin Levine is a NYC based director, choreographer, and educator. She holds a BFA from The University of Illinois and has carved out a career that encompasses both theatre and dance, and focuses on clear and inventive storytelling.
Originally from Connecticut, Robin started dancing at an early age and knew that she would dedicate her life to the arts. She moved on from dance school to a career that saw her performing on Broadway, National Tours and some of the best theatres in the country. It was as a performer that she had the opportunity to dance captain and assist many talented directors and choreographers who taught her about story-driven theatre and interdisciplinary collaboration that goes into telling a well thought out story that can unite an audience in thought.
Robin’s directing and choreography credits include Finger Lakes Musical Theatre Festival, RWS & Associates, North Carolina Theatre Conservatory, Forestburgh Playhouse, Cortland Repertory Theatre, Northern Stage, Mac-Hadyn theatre and Cape Fear Regional Theatre. She served as the Associate Director/Choreographer for Tim Rice’s premiere production of From Here To Eternity. As a performer, Robin appeared in Mamma Mia, The Radio City Christmas Spectacular, The Tony Awards, at City Center and The Joyce Soho. She is also a member of A Broken Umbrella Theatre, an award winning non-profit theatre company dedicated to the creation of new works in New Haven, CT.
Robin has held adjunct positions and guest artist positions at Rider University, Montclair State University, Nazareth College, Temple University and Broadway Dance Center. She has been on faculty at Steps on Broadway, AMDA and CAP21 and is a member of the Society of Stage Directors and Choreographers.