Sharp writing, playful performance and impeccable comic timing! The fun is infectious! If this irreverent, giddy, snarky, perky collage of satire, sketch comedy, and cheerleading doesn’t make you laugh, then either you are incapable of laughter or you are dick Cheney. Or, of course, both.
— The Boston Globe

Time Out New York Critic’s Pick for Best Cabaret

Katie Goodman brought down the house ... Brilliant!”
— The Comedy Central Insider
For well over a decade, the critically-acclaimed, nationally-touring musical comedy and sketch troupe Broad Comedy has used its hilarious blend of song, dance and political satire to take an unblinking look at our society. Think of these ladies as the voice in your head—only funnier.
— Time Out New York
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!
— Punchline Magazine

A Los Angeles Times Best Bet!

These brainy Broads know how to bring down the house while bringing in the bucks. They love the f-word (feminism) and aren’t afraid to use it. They provide desperately needed energy to the movement, all the while making it a hilarious and inspiring night out.
— Cecile Richards, Former President of Planned Parenthood
Finally, someone said what we were thinking.
— -The Huffington Post
Broad Comedy offers that thrilling what-won’t- she-say Amy Schumer-Samantha Bee-Jessica Williams vibe in an unstoppable blend of live sketch comedy and musical satire. They’re not afraid to talk politics, so come wearing your big- kid pants.
— Metro NYC
Incredible Talent! An Amazing artist.
— -paul provenza, the green room with paul provenza, showtime
— Boston Herald
The Dixie Chicks of American Sketch Comedy!
— The Province
Exuberant! Colossal entertainment value, induced by the joyously vulgar, smart writing and skillfully executed showmanship. Katie Goodman is a multi- talented, femme-extraordinaire!
— Los Angeles Examiner

Winner of The Best of the Vancouver Fringe Festival!

I have a real soft spot in my heart for female comedians. But that soft spot gets Charmin Ultra best-wipe-your-butt’s-ever-had-soft when I find female comedians who manage to make feminist and human rights issues funny. Which means Katie Goodman is currently lounging in my heart, wrapped up in a Snuggie and sitting on a bed of super-soft toilet paper.
— Bust Magazine
Fierce, female, fabulous and funny!
— Eve Ensler
Bottom line: Katie is funny!
— Wayne Brady
Clever and original!
— -The Metro, Boston
Broad Comedy will help you laugh at the bastards — thus lengthening your life and shortening theirs.
— Gloria Steinem
Hilarious fun! There is definitely some pretty funny shit going down at this show. ‘It’s Great To Wait’ is a hilarious song and dance with the classic lyrics that will have you on the floor, ‘I’m Saving My Hymen For Jesus.’ Fantastic.
— -Bay Windows, Boston

Nominated for the EPIC Award from The White House Project For changing the images of women in the culture.

These feisty Broads attack the funny bone and skewer society with satire and song. Brilliant!
— Lesley Stahl, 60 Minutes
Katie Goodman pretty much defies all reasonable expectations.
— The Edinburgh Scotsman
These vaginas have balls
— Terminal City, Vancouver B.C.
Move over, Jon Stewart! I haven’t laughed this hard since I was a teenager reading dirty books. Encore, please!
— Lynn Sherr , ABC’s 20-20
The clever, off-kilter songs and skits have you rolling down the aisle. A politically savvy adult comedy that isn’t afraid to take on the White House, the Church, or the neighbors.
— Nancy Keenan, NARAL/Pro-Choice America
This razor sharp and sometimes raw but hilariously funny theatrical experience will astound adult audiences.... This highly successful and markedly unique theatrical comedy hit...originally scheduled for 4 weeks, the show was stretched to 12 weeks by popular demand.
— Carriage News, Boston
Broad Comedy is a national treasure!
— Patricia Schroeder, Former Congresswoman
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Laugh-out-loud, knee-slapping, roll in the aisles funny... well worth putting on your ‘must see’ list... side splitting, provocative, and politically pointed lunacy.
— The Vibe