with Sarah Natochenny and Theresa Buchheister
Sarah Natochenny and Theresa Buchheister deliver a master class on the collaboration between voice over actor and director. They will delve into the precision skills of dubbing, character analysis and creation, and approaching text with creativity and variation. Beyond demonstration and conversation, they will also field questions and weigh in on the industry.
Sarah Natochenny is a Voice Arts® Award-winning actor best known for her ongoing work in the role of Ash Ketchum on Pokémon since 2006. Since then, she’s been the go-to actor for protagonists in many animated series airing all over the world, reprising roles like Marian in Robin Hood and Tinkerbell in Peter Pan, and originating many roles in other long running series. Her latest work can be heard on Marvel’s Black Widow: Bad Blood, as the narrator and voice of every character, on Funny or Die/Spotify’s The Last Degree of Kevin Bacon, in which she plays 10 characters, and on Audible in Hannukah Haunting as Devorah. Website.
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, Leaving the Sea and many many more. She is the voice director for BoyGirlDogCatMouseCheese on BBC, and previously directed English dubs of Crisis Jung, Funny Little Bugs, Denver, Pokemon, The Winx Club, World of Winx, Robocar Poli, and many other cartoons and video games, as well as ADR for live-action films. Theresa also voices adult characters and villains, narrates niche audiobooks and teaches at HB Studio.