Robin Levine is a New York City based director and choreographer who works in theatre, film and live events. With training in modern/contemporary dance and a career largely rooted in musical theatre and the creation of new work, Robin focuses on clear and inventive story-telling that is enhanced by her stylistically diverse dance/staging background and keen eye for aesthetic. Robin's work as a director/choreographer has been seen all over the country in shows such as: Freewheelers (A World Premiere), The Who's Tommy, 42nd Street, Rock of Ages, Mad Libs Live! (World Premiere), Anything Goes, The Little Mermaid and The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee, to name a few. Robin is the Associate Director/Choreographer on Tim Rice’s new musical, From Here To Eternity. She is also a member of A Broken Umbrella Theatre, an award-winning theatre company dedicated to the creation of new works, located in New Haven, Connecticut. Performance credits include Mamma Mia! (Broadway, Las Vegas), Radio City Christmas Spectacular (New York), The Tony Awards, City Center and at The Joyce Soho, to name a few. Robin has taught on the university and conservatory level as well as master classes all over the world to dancers of all ages and levels. She teaches a variety of dance styles including music theatre, jazz, contemporary, tap and modern. Robin has been on faculty at: Montclair State University, Steps on Broadway, Nazareth College, CAP21 and AMDA NY and is a graduate of the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.