Vicki Abelson is a wrtier/performer/producer and promoter. She runs a literary salon called Women Who Write. Featured contributor to Huffington Post, The Fix, and Reimagine Magazine. Her book, Sex, Drugs, Rock & Roll, and my Fucking Mother is an Amazon best-seller, and made the San Diego Book Review's Best of 2015.
Episode 5- Jay Montepare stops by the Breaker Broken studio to talk about relationships, death, Indiana Jones, and the experience of being vulnerable onstage. We could have talked to him all day!
Jay is a stand-up comic, host and actor. He's married to a woman named Elizabeth who he doesn't deserve. They live in Woodland Hills with their pitbull Maggie- who believes that Elizabeth is her mom and Jay is her boyfriend.
Renee Gauthier stops by the Breaker Broken podcast to make us laugh and get real about old relationships, sisters, and boundaries. Originally from Chicago, Renee started out doing improv with The Second City. She has done stand-up comedy for 10 years, has appeared on Chelsea Lately, Last Comic Standing, and currently works as the Head Writer on Lip Sync Battle. Follow her on twitter @nenegooter
As the co-host of the Breaker/Broken Podcast, and the catalyst for the show itself, Nima Kharrazi tells his side of the breakup, and he and Michelle discuss the before, during, and after the C-WORD (cheating).
P.S. Two years later, Michelle and Nima are okay!
After her breakup from her boyfriend Nima, Michelle Miracle started the live Breaker/Broken live show, and a few months later she told her story onstage.
In this episode of the podcast, hear the story Michelle told onstage, and then Michelle and Nima discuss the aftermath, the importance of grieving the loss, getting back together, and lemon bars.
When Nima Kharrazi broke up with Michelle Miracle, she started the Breaker/Broken live show as a way to process the pain and as a place for storytellers to talk about their own heartbreaking moments. Now, Michelle and Nima discuss their breakup, getting back together, and their goals for the Breaker/Broken podcast. Two years later, they can see that the end was the beginning...