Roberta Levitow is an American theatrical director and educator. Her theatre credits include Moe's Lucky Seven, The Day Dies with Sleep, Little Egypt, and Miriam's Flowers. She has also served on the faculty of several colleges and universities including UCLA, Bennington, and Brandeis. In 2003, Levitow was offered a Fulbright teaching residency at the Chinese University of Hong Kong. After returning home from her residency, Levitow dedicated herself completely to international theatre exchange. In 2004, she founded Theatre Without Borders, an online grassroots community that connects artists from different countries.
Later that year, working with the Sundance Institute Theatre Program, Levitow founded the Sundance Institute of East Africa. She has also created an international exchange program with artisits in Romania, an exchange project between Iraq and Pakistan, and a theatre collaboration between Iranian, Israeli, and American theatre artists.
Levitow is a graduate of Stanford University.