-KATIE'S SOLO SHOW, "I DIDN'T F*CK IT UP," TO APPEAR AT THE EDINBURGH FRINGE FESTIVAL!
Katie will be appearing daily from August 2nd to the 26th at one of Edinburgh's top venues, the reknowned Gilded Balloon.
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-KATIE DELIVERS A TEDTalk AT TEDxPHOENIX!
Katie was one of the speakers featured at Phoenix's TEDTalk event, TEDxPhoenix!
"As far as we know," they said, "You may have been the first of our speakers to utilize profanity." Our mothers will be so proud!
Click here to watch Katie's TedTalk.
-KATIE'S SOLO CD, I Didn't F*ck It Up, CALLED "MAGNIFICENT" IN PUNCHLINE MAGAZINE!
-SUSHI ROLL NAMED AFTER BROAD COMEDY!
Dave's Sushi of Bozeman, Montana has created a "Broad Comedy Roll" as a new menu item. Spicy? Sweet? Both! Dave's delicious design features spicy tuna, salmon, mango, deep-fried green onion and a hint of jalapeno. You gotta try it.
Dave, Maggie, Katie, and Soren behind the camera, try out ideas for Dave's Sushi's Broad Comedy Roll.
-NEWS FLASH: BROAD COMEDY NAMED A TOP TEN SKETCH COMEDY PICK AT THE EDNIBURGH FRINGE FEST
FringeReview.com named Broad Comedy one of the top ten sketch comedy troupes at the Edinburgh Fringe. Not bad for a festival with over 2400 shows! See the list.
Also, the Scotish newspaper The Journal said Broad Comedy's songs "rival Flight of the Concords," and Edinburgh's paper The Scotsman did a lengthy profile of Katie Goodman saying she "defies all reasonable expectations." Read the article.
-KATIE GOODMAN PERFORMS FOR SHOWTIME!
Katie was invited to make her television debutin Showtime's comedy-roundtable series "The Green Room with Paul Provenza," where she performed her and Soren's song "These Are The Things I Can't F*cking Remember." Read about it in the Hollywood Reporter
Soren Kisiel, Paul Provenza, and Katie Goodman at the filming in Los Angeles
The Green Room With Paul Provenza features candid talk with comedians, hosted and executive produced by comedian Paul Provenza (The Aristocrats).
”The series features four comedians joining him in front of a live audience for a free-wheeling discussion. The comedians featured on the show include Jonathan Winters, Eddie Izzard, Roseanne Barr, Drew Carey, Robert Klein, Penn Jillette, Martin Mull, Tommy Smothers, Bob Saget, Sandra Bernhard, Andy Dick as well as younger, up-and-coming talent. 'Door,' which Provenza is exec producing with Barbara Romen…." –The Hollywood Reporter