Moms! Book your sitters! The Pump and Dump show is coming to town – it’s time to get out of the house, for once! Shayna Ferm and her sidekick MC Doula (aka Tracey Tee) host this outrageous, irreverent, raucous celebration of the trials of parenthood with comedy, music, games, prizes, drinking, swearing and commiseration.
On October 26, the Pump and Dump will bring the fall continuation of their wildly popular “Year of the Mother” national tour to Stand Up Live in Phoenix. The moment Shayna and Tracey hit the stage, they invoke boisterous laughter from an audience buzzing with anticipation of a fun night out with friends after being held captive in their own homes by the blessings and frustrations of raising a family.
Ferm and Tee declared 2016 the “Year of The Mother” in an effort to encourage moms to be kinder to one another and themselves. They are spending the year challenging moms to tell each other that they are awesome (they pass out handfuls of free “mom karma” cards at the show) and join together and declare as a group that raising humans is hard, but easier when parents support each other.
Original music includes songs like “Eat Your F-ing Food” and “When I Die, I Want to Come Back as a Dad.” Audience members play one of a kind games like “Stump the Breeder” and “The Most F-ed Up Thing Your Kid Did This Week,” to win bottles of wine and other fantastic prizes from local and national sponsors.
“We use The Pump and Dump show as a vehicle to finally say what moms are afraid to admit: Parenting is HARD and can be pretty ridiculous. Our mission is to spread generosity and humor, mom to mom, because we’re all just doing the best we can. Our show lets us laugh about all the really messed up stuff we encounter day-to-day, and our hope is that we can help moms realize that none of us are alone,” said Shayna Ferm.
Wednesday, October 26, 7:30 p.m.
$22, VIP $75
Stand Up Live, 50 W Jefferson Street, Phoenix
For more information, visit thepumpanddumpshow.com.