Theresa Buchheister is a director, performer, researcher, teacher and script-adapter in the wide world of VoiceOver in New York City. She has directed hundreds of audiobooks, including HOW MUSIC WORKS (by David Byrne) and THE PERKS OF BEING A WALLFLOWER, as well as English dubs of POKÉMON, THE WINX CLUB, WORLD OF WINX, ROBOCAR POLI, and many other cartoons and video games, as well as ADR for live-action films. As a performer, she has narrated countless erotica audiobooks, as well as one young adult novel and various textbooks. She has voiced characters on POKÉMON, THE WINX CLUB, MILLY, and many other cartoons, as well as several hentai films. She has taught high school students in Long Island, private classes for actors at a variety of New York studios, and at SAG. She has adapted many translations into workable scripts and worked on the research team at Recorded Books, transcribing difficult words into a simple phonetic alphabet so that actors pronounce everything correctly and consistently.
Theresa is also a co-founder and artistic director of Title:Point , an experimental theatre company in New York since 2006. Title:Point has presented work at The Ontological/Incubator Arts, Dixon Place, The Brick, Housing Works Bookstore Cafe, Cloud City, The Silent Barn, The Glove, Hell Phone, Basement Bar, CATCH at Invisible Dog and The Knockdown Center, Little Theatre, Legion, K&M Bar, Frank’s North Star Tavern, AS220, in the back of 16-ft trucks, Gravesend Recording Studio, and has had residencies with HB Studio, NACL, Incubator Arts, and Pilot Balloon. Title:Point runs Vital Joint, an underground venue in East Williamsburg. Theresa also created and curates a live performance festival in January, The Exponential Festival, which presents theater, dance, performance art, and music across many venues, including JACK, The Brick, Bushwick Starr, Vital Joint, The Glove, Chez Bushwick, Triskelion Arts, Loading Dock and more. Theresa primarily directs, but also curates, produces, writes, performs and designs.