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Breaker/Broken (Stories of the Heart) with Nima Kharrazi and Michelle Miracle

Hosted by two exes (Nima Kharrazi and Michelle Miracle) whose breakup was the catalyst for a live storytelling show in LA about heartbreak, this podcast is a combination of interviews and recordings from the live show where guests open up and talk about heartbreaking moments.
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Oct 15, 2018

Breaker/Broken (Stories of the Heart) with co-hosts, exes, and current Fiancees (!) Michelle Miracle and Nima Kharrazi. 

Oscar Sagastume @oscarsagastume has performed across this great country of ours, he is also a 3x Moth StorySLAM winner and has hosted shows at the House of Blues, Disneyland, the Rose Bowl, and more. Oscar is always involved in a variety of projects, including (his most important) raising his #4kidsandadog with his beautiful wife. He has produced and hosted a variety stand-up/storytelling shows including: Tales from Tinseltown, Muse Lit Salon, DIRT (at UCB), Tattletales, and Whiz Bang. His greatest accomplishment was purchasing a 1978 Skylark with stories of adventure.

Diana Dinerman  (IG: @dldinerman)  is a writer, comedian, and actor. Her essays have appeared in #NastyWomenEverywhere, Wifey.tv and the Routledge Encyclopedia of Modernism. Her Creative Nonfiction can be read at Contently.

Jenny Noa is a (Tom Waits kind of) New Jersey girl, who now resides in Los Angeles, California. She is a trained actress and improvisor who has been seen reading original personal essays around town, in shows such as Piñata: The Personal Essay Show, BYOB PEZ Show, and Muse Salon for Writers and Performers. She also wrote a solo show, called Pulp & Prejudice, about the joys and sorrows of romance novel reading. A couple of her favorite essays are available here, with more to come. Currently she's writing my first full-length screenplay while working in nonprofit fundraising for art and design education. ​At home, she parents what I call The League of Elderly Gentlemen, two recently adopted senior dogs, George and Nicholas, and a cat named Ozzie, who she hopes will one day forgive her. (Their lives are chronicled on a somewhat regular basis @noastories on Instagram.) www.jennynoa.com

Produced by Devan Liljedahl, Michelle Miracle and Nima Kharrazi. Opening by David Conley.

For more information on the podcast and the live shows in Los Angeles: www.breakerbroken.com 

 

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