Beit Zvi (Hebrew: בית צבי) is an acting school located in Ramat Gan, Israel. Graduates of the school are much in demand in the Israeli theater world.
Beit Zvi is the country's first theater school not affiliated with an established theater. It was founded by Haim Gamzo. Former director Gary Bilu established a theater for Beit Zvi graduates and mounted plays not put on by the repertory theaters.
Beit Zvi offers a three-year program with an emphasis on acting in real productions. Micah Lewensohn, appointed head of the school in 2009, is the former director of the Israel Festival. Lewensohn plans to institute a BA degree and a program in television studies.