Levine, who died Jan. 21 after a brief illness, will be remembered at 1 PM April 15 at the John Houseman Theatre, located in New York at 450 West 42nd Street. Levine’s theatrical credits are impressive, having worked on such shows as Born Yesterday, State Fair, Blue Man Group: Tubes, Tony n’ Tina's Wedding, Penn & Teller, Mayor—The Musical, The Crumple Zone, Godspell, All Under Heaven, Swingtime Canteen, End of the World Party, Mademoiselle Colombe, St. Lucy's Eyes, Little Ham, When Pigs Fly and Jerry Seinfeld: I’m Telling You for the Last Time.
Levine was a friend of the non-profit theatre community, and she was even named a “Local Hero” by the Alliance of Resident Theatres/NYC. Among the many non-profit theatre companies she worked with include Signature Theater, Primary Stages, Mint Theater, Ensemble Studio Theater, AMAS, Jean Cocteau Repertory, Folksbiene Yiddish Theatre, Drama Dept., Irish Arts Center and the York Theatre Company. Levine also worked with the David Merrick Foundation, the Lucille Lortel Foundation and Martin Richards' annual Red Ball, which benefits the Mary Lea Johnson Richards Institute to Support Liver and Pancreatic Research at NY University Medical Center and the Children's Advocacy Center of Manhattan.