Come visit Broken, Alaska! It's an indie Audio-fiction podcast about a tiny town with BIG stories! Improvised and odd, the locals disagree about everything from business to love, but still manage to live together. The resulting comedy genius from these dozen actors takes you on a wild ride full of mystery, comedy, and heartfelt friendships. You'll want to live in Broken!
The Munskie Library
We open Season 2 as Denise and Kittie are struggling to turn Mr. Munskie's Bakery into the new Broken Library, and tensions flare until Mark inadvertently suggests a dramatic option.
When Rose "accidentally" throws Brick in the Harbor, she has to help him limp up to Doc Burgess' office. Can Broken survive Brick's sprained ankle?
Doc Burgess Bonus Bits!
We'd love to welcome Anthony Floyd to the cast of Broken, Alaska! Listen to this bonus episode as we talk to him about Roller Derby, drugs, and veterinary medicine. Really? That sounds random... But, it's Broken!
Manuel del Valle
Mamma Tutti is ready to take over Broken's own Harbor Palace Restaurant. When Carlos del Valle's brother, Manuel, arrives from Latin America, will Mamma's dreams be dashed?
Sheriff Jim leads the Brokenites on a wild ride when he sees a rabbit on Main Street and goes into full-blown paranoia mode! Can the locals work together to rid the town of their furry nemesis? Listening to Jim improvise a drop and roll with a taser is worth every second...
Revisionist history is on display! When Rose discovers a secret about Warren G. Harding's trip to Alaska, the Brokenites struggle with their identity. Even Heather's yoga class might not be able to help us this time!
Better than binging Netflix!
I have to cut myself off at night and go to bed. I spend all day wondering what is happening in Broken and can’t wait to put the kids to bed so I can curl up on the couch and turn on the next show (or 3)
Such an amazing show
I fell in love with this show. The cast was great together and weren’t trying to one-up each other like other improv shows. Wish there was more!!
Feel Good show
You can’t help but smile and fall in love with the citizens of Broken. Just a great, great show!