Dena Blizzard, a viral sensation comedian, former Miss New Jersey, and married mother of three on her hilarious journey through the trial and tribulations of motherhood and marriage.  Since becoming a married mother of three, Dena wrestles with the eternal question, “Have I gone crazy since having these kids?” and the answer is a hysterical, “laugh ‘til your face hurts” comedy you won’t want to miss.

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Dena Blizzard, the viral video sensation and creator of the “Back to School Rant” (125 million views), “Chardonnay Go” (24 million views) and “Chardonnay Go, The Board Game for Wine Lovers, Moms, and Other Shameless People” has an Off-Broadway Show called “One Funny Mother”.

Join this comedian, former Miss New Jersey, and married mother of three on her hilarious journey through the trial and tribulations of motherhood and marriage.  Since becoming a married mother of three, Dena wrestles with the eternal question, “Have I gone crazy since having these kids?” and the answer is a hysterical “laugh ‘til your face hurts” comedy you won’t want to miss.

“One Funny Mother” was  named “Best One Woman Show” at the 2015 United Solo Festival in New York City.  It’s a great Girls Night Out or Date Night for anyone that IS a mom, HAS a mom, or is MARRIED to a mom.

 

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