FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS ABOUT SOREN KISIEL
Soren and Katie Goodman are "Co-Authors"?
You know in Point Break when Patrick Swayze says, "This is about us against the system. The system that kills the human spirit"? It's just exactly like that. They’re a writing team.
But Soren’s a guy. They even co-wrote that song where Katie sings about her hymen?
Yep. In fact, Soren wrote that line.
Do they co-do other things?
Many. Some resulting in creations like "Sh*t Park Slope Parents Say," others resulting in creations like their 12-year old son.
It’s like Patrick Swayze says in Ghost, "It's amazing, Molly. The love inside, you take it with you."
Is it true Soren has a second-degree black-belt in taekwondo and is an ordained Zen Buddhist?
Does that mean he could kick my ass?
Yes, but he wouldn’t because he’s so frickin’ peaceful. It’s like Patrick Swayze says in Road House, "Nobody ever wins a fight."
What’s next for these two?
There’s no telling. They're unpredictable. The sky’s the limit. It’s like Patrick Swayze says in Dirty Dancing, "Nobody puts Baby in the corner."
Wait, I thought that was the woman character that said that? The previous dance partner?
No. Totally Patrick Swayze. You’re thinking , "Baby? Is that your name? ...Baby?"
You remember-- Patrick Swayze walks over to the parent's table?
Oh, that's right. He holds out his hand to her... Of course, of course.
"Finally, someone said what we were thinking."
-The Huffington Post
"Fresh and intelligent writing, cutting wit and genuine humor. Kisiel's deft hand provides just the right tone, keeping it light and funny without giving in to crudeness." -The Edge, Boston
"Exuberant! Colossal entertainment value, induced by the joyously vulgar, smart writing…" -The Los Angeles Examiner
"If you happen to be scouting comedy writers, you would do well to make sure you don't miss Broad Comedy." -Stage and Cinema
"Kisiel has a genius for elevating the ridiculous to the sublime." -The Chronicle
Soren and Katie have been nominated for the MacArthur Foundation’s Genius grant for their unique work in theater, and for the White House Project’s Emerging Artists Award.