Comedian Theresa Kloos used her endearingly quirky sense of humor to bring the audience closer than we ever could have hoped for, in a night of comic show tunes, sassy pop songs, and spunky rock beats.

Originally from Cleveland, Ohio, Theresa attended the highly acclaimed Baldwin-Wallace University where she studied music theater under the guidance of Victoria Bussert.

After moving to New York City, she has been honored to work at many acclaimed theater’s such as The Weston Playhouse, Barrington Stage Company (where she worked with Tony-Award Winning Composer William Finn), Prospect Theater Company, Shaker Bridge Theatre and Northern Stage. 

Since 2014, theresa has written two one woman comedy shows, "Reasons To Be Unpretty" and "Reasons To Be Unsuccessful" and performed them in both New York City and Cleveland. in 2017 she launched a new comedy podcast called "survival of the wittiest" in which she sits down with the funniest people she knows to discuss how comedy has shaped their lives.

She studied voice and acting with the incomparable Jack Lee and has studied Improv and Sketch Comedy with the Upright Citizens Brigade in New York City. She is an avid Cleveland Sports Fan.

Kloos combines a keen self-awareness with a gentle sense of humor and a beautiful voice. Her personal, funny, and poignant memories of being a little Catholic school girl in Cleveland turn smart and appealing in the telling.
— Cool Cleveland