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Welcome to Broken, Alaska! A group of improvisers in Seattle were playing with ideas one night and came up with this show. Each episode has a simple skeleton written, which gives the actors a basic outline of the story and an idea where it needs to go in the half hour we have. Then the actors are set loose, the dialog is made up as we record, and a few light sound effects are added afterward. 

Broken, Alaska is a town of 71 people, each of them a little weirder than the next. People born and raised in Broken have seen more than their share of strange things, and people who've moved up recently all seem to be looking for a second chance or a place to hide. Together, they form a fascinating and funny look at life in a small town. We hope you will enjoy visiting Broken! 

Dec 26, 2017

Broken will be rocking at the New Year’s Eve Party! But not everyone is there to have a good time. As Joey secretly records conversations with the Brokenites, the dirt begins to gather, and relationships become strained.

Dec 22, 2017

Kwanukkamas is finally here! The Brokenites gather in the Churnagosque to find out if Fr. Francis can cheer them through these dark days with wisdom from the LL Bean catalog. Did you get your Secret Santa gift? Is it edible?  

Dec 22, 2017

Father Francis O’Bean is working hard on his annual Kwanukkamas service in the rectory of the Churnagosque. The Secret Santa tradition and the coming darkness of winter has the Brokenites feeling depressed, though. Can Fr. Francis find the right words to lead his flock through the shortest day of the year?

Dec 14, 2017

In this bonus content we get to talk to the amazing Paul Eenhoorn about his character, Brett Brickman. We love to hate this guy, so there is a lot going on! Listen in as part of the crew chats about Broken!

Dec 13, 2017

The LeJeune's are still trying to win over Brick, but can he let go of the stress from past family get-togethers and learn to love his cousins? With gumbo like this, who needs etouffee... Music by the magnificent "The Bayou Brothers"!