WHAT THE PRESS IS SAYING ABOUT CAROL SISKIND:
Comic Lives: "Armed with a steady, penetrating gaze and heartfelt material, she takes control of a room, subtly gathering strength like a quiet storm and leaving the crowd, often in spite of itself, in fits of laughter."
The Boston Globe: "Her breezy style belies her claims to neurosis, but exhibits a finely honed sense of the dramatic. Frequent self-deprecating jabs are balanced by sharp observations of the foibles of modern life, which strike a common chord among audience members."
The New York Post: "A surgeon of the funny bone. Carol Siskind has a set so chock full of laughs there are times you wish she'd slow down a little just so you could catch your breath."
The London Times: "Watching an American comedian face a British audience is excellent, sometimes bloody sport. Despite the universal Yankification of popular culture, the difference between the niceties of United States and United Kingdom humour remain profound. All credit to Carol Siskind who looked and sounded several synapses ahead of the pack."
The New York Times Magazine: "The New Comedienne."
The Boston Herald: "She comes across as a friendly, feisty, mildly neurotic New Yorker fascinated by the differences between the way men and women perceive things."
People Magazine: "A member of the new generation of comics on way to future stardom."
Las Vegas Gaming Today: "Carol's a stand up comedian, actress, writer who has unbound talent. Keep an eye on her. She's a must see for you folks who are looking for the best in entertainment."