Katie is the creator and co-writer of "Broad Comedy," and a musical comedian. She and Broad Comedy have performed internationally, including 3-month smash successes in Los Angeles and Boston, as well as at Caroline’s Comedy Club in Times Square on Broadway, and at the Vancouver Fringe Theatre Festival where Broad Comedy won the Pick of the Fringe, and at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival in Scotland, where they were voted top ten comedy picks by The Fringe Review. Katie was the founder and producer of the National Women’s Theatre Festival in Los Angeles and an Artistic Director of the Philadelphia Women’s Theatre Festival. She is a founding member of the nationally touring improv comedy troupe, Spontaneous Combustibles. She is a blogger for The Huffington Post, and has contributed to O, The Oprah Magazine, and is the author of Improvisation For The Spirit: Live A Creative, Spontaneous, and Courageous Life Using the Tools of Improv Comedy. Katie and her co-author/co-director husband Soren Kisiel were nominated for the MacArthur Foundation “Genius Grant” for their unique work in theatre. Katie can be seen singing their song, “These Are The Things I Can’t F**kng Remember,” taped for an episode of Showtime’s comedy roundtable series, The Green Room With Paul Provenza.
"On par not just with any woman in modern comedy, not just with any music act in modern comedy but, categorically on par with anyone working the current comedy scene... Impressive. ...Magnificent." - Dylan Brody, Punchline Magazine.
Her solo show of political and personal satire is up at The Triad theatre in NYC on a monthly basis. You can see her music videos and find out her schedule at www.katiegoodman.com.