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Comedic look at motherhood coming to amphitheater stage

September 2, 2021 at 4:05 a.m. | Updated September 2, 2021 at 1:58 p.m.
Megan Troesser rakes grass in one of the three terraces general seating after the Tracy Lawrence and Clay Walker concert at the newly constructed Capital Region MU Healthcare Amphitheater. Troesser and fellow Parks and Rec employees picked up barricades, any trash, electrical cords, trash carts, etc. remaining after initial cleanup on Saturday, May 22, 2021. The venue management company and Jefferson City Parks, Recreation and Forestry have different responsibilities during and after shows and parks employees performed theirs on Monday, May 24.

Comedians, moms and internet stars Tiffany Jenkins, Meredith Masony and Dena Blizzard join for a night of laughs at 7 p.m. Oct. 15 at the Capital Region MU Heath Care Amphitheater.

The live comedy event, "My Name is NOT Mom," is a journey through motherhood complete with honest and hilarious stories of mothering through sleepless nights, the trials of raising adolescent children and the occasional temptation to physically attack their high-schoolers.

With more than 7 million followers across all social media platforms, Jenkins is the funny lady behind viral parenting videos "Juggling the Jenkins." She is a wife, mother, best-selling author, content creator and recovering addict.

Masony is the mother of three and emotional support person to two dogs. She shares her unfiltered and sometimes chaotic parenting journey across social media.

Creator of Off-Broadway show "One Funny Mother," comedian Blizzard is also a mother of three and know for her viral video "Back to School Rant;" board game "Wine Lovers, Moms, and Other Shameless People;" and daily Facbeook Live show "One Funny Morning."

"For those who might have been locked up over a year and for anyone who is finally due for a night out with girlfriends, this show is a must-see," according to a new release from the amphitheater.

Audience members will have a chance to join in the fun through submitted videos. For more information on participating, visit the submissions page at mynameisnotmot.com.

Tickets to the latest amphitheater show at Riverside Park go on sale today through ticketmaster.com. Price ranges from $31-$64 depending on location.

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