Missy Grynkiewicz wants to live in a world where nobody is cranky out loud, menopause is a happy thing, pants are optional, laughter is required, and dogs are in charge.
As a stand up comic who has performed at The Comic Strip, Levity Live, Helium, Greenwich Village Comedy Club, Comedy Cabaret, Comedy Works, Parx Casino, and countless venues up and down the East Coast, Missy’s personable, intimate, and captivating style is winning with a wide range of audiences. Drawing from real life experience, her sharp-witted and ingenious insights into being human are universally appealing.
Missy was the 2013 winner of the LOL at the Grand Opera House competition in Wilmington, Delaware. Signed by Realize Records in 2012, her freshman CD, “Miss Representation,” made the first round Grammy nomination list for funniest comedy album and was picked up by Pandora radio. Her sophomore CD, “Fifty Shades of Earth Day,” is slated for release in 2016.
An actress/singer who has been performing and directing on stage for more years than she cares to mention, Missy was cast in a featured role in the upcoming feature film with Eric Roberts, “Days of Power, slated for release in 2016. She also filmed a pilot for TruTv which was picked up and will be aired this year.
Missy’s bag of tricks also includes writing and motivational speaking. Her first book, co-written with Richard Keller and published by Wooden Pants publishing company is titled Thinking Inside My Box and is currently available on Amazon. Missy began her journey into motivational speaking when asked to speak at the DivaGirl Philly Conference in 2015, and her relatable style enables her to motivate others to see the ability to move forward and find joy and acceptance within themselves.
Find out more about Missy, including tour dates, booking information, video clips, social media links and blog at www. missygrynkiewicz.com.
Sep 15, 2016
On Turning 49...
On Turning 49
There is nothing about watching the Olympics on tv or watching Miss America in person that makes a girl feel good about examining herself as she turns 49. Unless you are that Olympian who was competing at the age of 42 (a fact which was more announced than her actual name, Jo Pavey) or one of the former Miss- something’s (they have designers who still want them to wear their dresses and still get to wave at everyone), you tend to feel a little has-been or used-to-be. Especially when it is summer and you’re pale and puffy and have been desperately trying to suck in your arms since May. And don’t even get me started on that new thing a happening to my neck skin. But I digress. Why does getting older have a tiny twinge (ok, somedays a major stabbing pang) of sad that comes with it?
I am all too aware that growing older is a privilege that many don’t get, and I’m not ungrateful for the life I have behind me and (hopefully, God willing) in front of me. I know there is an 80-something year old woman somewhere shaking her head at me in a scolding “just you wait, honey!” manner. And I’m a generally happy person with a lovely life that still feels full of promise and possibility. I don’t take any of that for granted. What I was NOT expecting, however, is the kick in the gut feeling that turning 49, which is pretty much 50, brought with it. I got sad. I wasn’t sure why, and then it came to me.
I was using other people as a measuring stick for what I should look like. I was using other people as a measuring stick for what I should accomplish or have accomplished already. I was using other people as a measuring stick for what I shouldn’t love about myself or my life. I was apples and orange-ing MYSELF. And that, my friend, will make anyone sad.
Being sad about who WE are compared to who we think OTHERS are is pretty much just asking to be sadder. So I’m going to try to stop it. I’m going to try to offer myself the same kindness and acceptance I would offer anyone else. I’m not going to let what the dismal odds of having a great career in my field for women of my age are, what the amount of scrolling down to find the year I was born on those online forms does to my finger, or what the frequent exclamations of, “Wow, I didn’t think you were THAT old” conveys about people feel about the number 49 get in my head. Because they can only make me as sad as I let them. I won’t let them. I will, however, accept any samples of neck cream you care to send me.
Aug 12, 2015
Sometimes, things don’t go as planned. Sometimes, there is a glitch. Glitches come in the form of a thunderstorm that knocks the power out, rendering your TV and fridge useless. Glitches come in the form of a stomach bug that keeps you on the potty all day, pretty sure you will never be able to leave the house again. Glitches come in the form of a forgotten wallet that you have to explain to a non-English speaking nail tech after you’ve already had your manicure. Glitches come in the form of your husband having a psychotic break that makes staying married to him an impossible task. And there is really only one way to handle a glitch. Get over, around or through it.
No if’s, and’s, or but’s about it: Divorce is not delightful. In my case, neither was dealing with the mental illness that took over my husband. Horrible things happened, not limited to but including various visits from police, crisis intervention, and neighbors curious about the yelling and proliferation of lawn ornaments and rocks my husband kept buying in his manic state. Hard stuff. And I have no profound words of wisdom for those of you going through anything similar. Only this: Get over, around, or through it.
How do you do that? I’ll let you know once I’ve done it. But here’s what I know so far. It’s ok to be upset that your forever didn’t actually last forever. It’s ok to take a minute to cry. It’s ok to move forward while glitches try to hold you back. And it’s ok, even necessary, to believe that there is still reason to laugh. It’s ok to believe there is still magic and love waiting just for you. And it’s ok to know, as sure as you know the world is round, the dryer eats socks, and global warming is really a thing, you can make it over, around, or through.
Dec 27, 2014
Happy Holidays & Stuff
Ho ho ho, etc! As I sit here slumped on the couch in my Christmas pajamas and try to pull a piece of tape off of one of the dogs and figure out which cat pooped under the tree, it seems like the best time to wish you and yours a lovely holiday season and stuff. I hope that you are filled with peace and joy, enjoying time with the ones you love the most, and not feeling like you to want to rip the head off all people competing with you for parking at the mall. May the spirit of Christmas (or whatever holiday you celebrate) be with you as you greet the morning, stub your toe and try desperately not to yell the “f” word within earshot of the kids, and may your day be merry, bright, and less annoying than you fear it will be. Peace.
Oct 06, 2014
I Think Its A Trick
I bought some new make up today. I’m not sure what I’m expecting, but clearly I’m expecting some sort of miracle, as I paid $62.50 for it, “it” being a tube of something that claims it is going to “exactly match my skin.” Now that I think about it, I think it’s a trick. After all, my opinion of my skin as it currently looks is what spurred me on to buy make up in the first place, so I’m thinking that the fact that it will “exactly” match my skin” may not be it’s best quality. Seriously, how did THAT become its big selling point, people? If we are going to “exactly match our skin,” why the heck do we need it? Our skin is exactly what we see as the problem, and we have let ourselves be tricked into thinking that what we need to fix our skin is something that, well, looks exactly like our skin. Why do I fall for that? People, please. If you see me fall for clothes that try to convince me to buy them because they “exactly match my naked body, “ stop me.
Nov 27, 2013
Better Homes And What?
Somehow, I have ended up on the receiving end of a subscription to Better Homes and Gardens magazine. How this honor was bestowed upon me, I’m not sure. But it keeps showing up, this monthly reminder of my inadequacies as a person who is not the least bit concerned with better homes or even the very existence of a garden. I’m not sure why I keep leafing through it, this pretentious pusher of ideas for making decorative vases out of gourds and snow globe centerpieces out of stray socks. All it does is make me feel insecure about my lack of interest in crafting of all types, and my bucket of crap to feel insecure about is already pretty full, thank you very much. What is it about magazines that make us feel that the pages within will offer us some insight as to how our lives will be more fulfilled and more organized if we pay attention to the advice offered by writers who are also probably feeling just as unfulfilled and unorganized as their target demographic? I don’t know, but I’m not going to let myself keep feeling this way. So damn you, Better Homes and Gardens! Keep your crafting, cooking, and gardening tips to yourself. I’m going to put you in the pile of stuff in intend to recycle when I’m not too busy to get organized, and I’m going to feel fine about myself . Well, I’m going to feel fine about myself until the Victoria Secret catalog arrives…
Jun 20, 2013
I know that I am getting older, and that is fine. In fact, there are many ways in which it is downright liberating. But I HATE what’s happening to my knees. The crackling and creaking and strange changes in range of motion are disconcerting. Add to that an old injury that contributes to the wear and tear of one of the dastardly joints, and I have a right knee that is actually about 87 years old in, well, knee years. As a result, I’ve been hobbling around and experiencing pain. Which is interfering with my exercise habits. Now, I should mention that another part of the aging thing is an increased need for the aforementioned exercise habits, as it turns out my body only needs about 17 calories a day to live, and my muscles go slack if I miss a day of Jazzercise. So the knee thing is REALLY disruptive. According to the x rays and the doctor who read them, I have lots and lots of bone spurs AND arthritis. The “good” news is that there is apparently something that can be INJECTED INTO MY KNEE CAP to make it feel better. Oh goody. But hey, I’ll take it- sign me up!!!! But this is America, I have health insurance, and it’s not that simple. First, the insurance company people (who have never actually observed my knee) have to decide if they agree with the orthopedic doctor (who has indeed observed my knee) and will pay for the injection. Then and only then can I schedule the appointment to have the stuff jammed into my knee. So after studying paperwork, the insurance company folks have decided (after a week, during which I’ve been in pain, braced, and hobbling) that the injection is a good idea. Yay! I will call the doctor to schedule the procedure!!!! But nope- again, not that simple. You see, apparently, the insurance company does not want the doctor to use the drug he already has in stock in his office in my knee. They will only ship the EXACT SAME MEDICATION to MY HOME. Because clearly a person with no medical training whatsoever is the best choice to send injectable drugs to. And for this shipment of medication, the doctor’s office that already has the drug and is eventually going to put it in my knee must fax the insurance company to authorize them to send another dose to my home. Which will take about 10 days. Now, I have questions. WHO set up this system, first of all? WHY do I have to have medication that can only be administered by a physician delivered to my home? HOW can any of this be cost effective? And WHAT is going to happen as the rest of me falls apart? To be continued…
Apr 22, 2013
Oh good, spring is here! Which I am thrilled about in all respects except for one: getting dressed. First of all, I’m not ready for any of my parts to show yet. Please note that by “parts”, I mean arms and legs. They’re not ready. Hours and hours of Jazzercise and occasional denial of a potato chip craving have been fairly helpful, but my parts are still not where I think they should be. So I’m having a hard time selecting clothes that are seasonally appropriate in appearance, but offer coverage much like those I’d wear when visiting a religiously conservative Middle Eastern nation. Of course, I have nothing suitable in my actual collection of clothes, so I stand frowning at myself, wondering if bigger hair will make my arms look less like thighs…
Dec 17, 2012
There's a lot to be said for an ordinary day. An ordinary day with no show, no appointments, no elaborate plans, just a normal, uneventful day. An ordinary day is what I was having when I heard the news of the unspeakable tragedy Newtown, Connecticut. While I was wondering about the mundane issues such as what to wear, what to eat, what to work on, what homework to grade, what presents to buy, and who to confront about the lack of toilet paper on the roll in the downstairs bathroom, there were those who were in the throes of a horror I cannot begin to wrap my brain around. I can only let myself even try to imagine the events at Sandy Hook Elementary School for fleeting moments; any more than that levels me completely. I am blessed to be in my ordinary day. And I am wishing, hoping, and praying for some semblance of peace, healing, and strength for those people whose loss is beyond measure. Those lost in this most heartbreaking act of senseless violence will hold a special and revered place in the hearts of so many, mine among them, forever. Please, let us be good to each other.
Dec 11, 2012
Yes I Am That Lazy
So I have been wearing a skirt sideways all day. See, I didn’t really pay attention to how the skirt went on after the battle with the twisted tights with holes in the toes that I’d wrestled my way into prior to any skirt application. And after deciding that I could totally get away with the stain on my sweater buy using the “oh wow, that must have just happened trick”, even though the stain has been present for over a year now, the skirt just seemed like the easy part. Sigh. It’s sideways placement unnoticed by me until I removed it, wondering about the odd new location of the slit. I’m wondering if I wear in the correct direction tomorrow, will anyone notice it’s the same one I had on today? Yes, I am that lazy.
Nov 25, 2012
I Do Not Cook
I do not cook. And I don’t understand how millions of people seem to take on the task, as often as three times a day without losing their minds, blowing something up, or punching a hole in the wall. First of all, where does the TIME to cook come from? Seriously. By the time I am showered, dressed, fed dogs, changed clothes after being jumped on by said fed dogs, remembered to tell the kids to get up, packed up like a Sherpa to teach middle school, the idea of COOKING is downright comical. Not just breakfast, either. People I have met have already considered DINNER before leaving for work. And you know what? That just pisses me off. Because I am celebrating the fact that I found a left AND a right shoe that match each other, and anything beyond that would just be showing off. So when I tell my kids to “grab something” and go, I clearly do NOT measure up to the women I know who walk into work not only with matching shoes, but regaling tales of the herb crusted chicken they are actually EXCITED about to make for dinner…. And they also COOKED breakfast and PACKED lunch. Who ARE these people? Now, understand that my kids are old enough to figure this out on their own… If by the age of 12, you are hungry and can’t figure out what to do about it, you don’t necessarily deserve to live. The way I see it, it’s a pretty basic thing. Hungry? Well, eat. I do not see why I need to be involved in the process. Is that so wrong????
Nov 21, 2012
Thanksgiving is almost here. Oh good. Yet another day for which I can prepare to feel completely inadequate. This is because not only do I not cook, I don’t have anything to offer to the conversations everyone else is having about the aforementioned cooking. I don’t understand any of the lingo; words like “thaw” and “baste” and “pan drippings” and “oven” completely elude me. So I feel like a dud, pressed to make some observations about the anticipated price of gas for the holiday weekend or the joy of eating real butter instead of margarine on special occasions. But the conversation always goes back to who’s cooking what, so I pretend to be impressed and interested, when really I just wonder when these people all figured out how to do this stuff. And perhaps more importantly, WHY? It is with horror that I realize THEY have to do it to feed the people like ME.
Apr 11, 2012
I am amazed at how much I have to say about stuff that means so little. If questioned about politics, religion, global warming and the economy, I can often blurt out 2 or 3 meaningful sentences, or maybe even mention some sort of statistic. But that will be it. I can’t engage in insightful banter, persuade anyone to see it my way, or even score well on a multiple choice test on the subject. However, utter the words “exercise” or “spandex” in my presence, and I become downright prolific, perhaps even capable of filibuster. Even just typing those words inspired me to let my mind wander for a moment, thinking about how much less spandex I would need if I were to exercise and how strange it is that those were the first two words I thought of when thinking of, well, words I think of. And how amazing it would be if I stopped typing and actually got up off the couch, donned some sort of supportive spandex, and spent a moment or two exercising. I, of course, have no intention of actually doing that, as it’s too close to bed time and I can’t possibly be convinced that NOW is a good time to go through with such a massive undertaking. The very idea of pouring myself into exercise gear to work up a sweat is about as attractive as the idea of wrestling a squid, and not altogether that different. Add to that my general disdain for being out of breath and hot and sore and seeing my life flash before my eyes as I try to execute a push up or two, and I will ramble on for hours. So maybe I’m not a particularly deep thinker. I’m not even a particularly toned thinker. But I am indeed an admirer of the wandering mind; if I didn’t let it wander, I never would have known that I am as shallow as I am. For the most part, I am completely ok with that. So don’t ask me about politics or global warming, unless you want to hear about my lack of fitness goals and supportive undergarments.
Feb 20, 2012
Grammys and Binoculars
Grammys? Sure, I’d LOVE to go to there!!!!!!
If I had known it was in the universe’s plan to have me attend the Grammys this year, I would have spent more time exercising and less time napping. At least, I’d like to think so. But you know what’s pretty cool? I took myself, as is, and not one single person at the event screamed in horror at what my 44 year old body looks like in a strapless cocktail dress. With silver Converse on my feet, no less. Hey, I had pretty shoes with me; I just opted to CARRY them versus WEAR them. Because after about 4 steps in those babies, I would have toppled over, surely scraping my knees and spilling out of the aforementioned strapless cocktail dress. But I digress. Because the actual point is that I got to attend the Grammys this year!!!!!!! Which is pretty amazing, right up there with losing-10-pounds-without-trying-or-being- ill amazing. Maybe even MORE amazing, since my grandchildren won’t care to hear about the time Granny’s weight plummeted effortlessly. But Granny at the Grammys? THAT is a much better story…
First of all, I, Missy Grynkiewicz, boarded a plane. Without passing out, hyperventilating, crying, or throwing up. As a matter of fact, as I normally do when experiencing major amounts of stress, I napped. And woke up in LA. Which has never happened to me before, so it was pretty neat. I caught a cab and very much enjoyed conversing with it’s driver, who was incredibly warm and welcoming until we reached the police inhabited, blocked off street to my hotel. Where he stopped and directed me to “get out here”. Which was a little startling and odd. So I stood on a corner of a street in downtown LA, clutching my suitcase on wheels, purse, and pink pillow. It was a long walk around the police blockade, curious on lookers, and bomb squads to get to my hotel, but (alas) I made it. And was immediately in need of another nap.
The next morning, aka Grammy Day, consisted of the most amazing massage and body wrap I’ve ever had; it even induced a small amount of drooling. Then, a walk around the Staples center and surroundings while clutching a cup of coffee was delightful, though not as drool-worthy as the massage. Many have inquired as to whether I saw any celebrities on this jaunt. My answer is, I have no idea. I did see some folks who looked familiar, but they were looking at me as if I may be familiar as well…I think we were all just looking and wondering at that point.
Getting ready to go to the actual event was remarkably fun! I played with my hair and makeup with enthusiasm usually reserved for people who, well, are enthusiastic about playing with hair and makeup. AND I didn’t even have to call concierge for help to zip my dress, though I do wish I was in possession of a video recording of the elaborate antics I performed to step into, zip, spin, and pour myself into the get up. THAT was exhausting, much like wrestling a squid wearing rhinestones.
And off I went, wearing dress and Converse, carrying high heels, binoculars, and a sparkly purse. Which felt completely normal, until the CBS This Morning show stopped me for an interview about the passing of the amazing Whitney Houston. At a time like that, one tends to wish one wasn’t clutching shoes and binoculars. I hope Ms. Whitney got a kick out of that scene. I know my aunts that saw me on TV the next day sure did.
So the event itself? I am amazed at my own level of, well, amazement. I mean, that was quite a show to behold, quite a crowd to exist in! And the moments that dreams, memories, and inspirations grow from. From my seat, almost at as high an altitude at which I’d flown into LA, I was electrified by the performances, energy, and magic of the 54th Grammys. I was THERE. And you know what? The sneakers and binoculars sure were a happy thing.
Missy Featured In Delaware Today Magazine
The June Issue Of Delaware Today features Missy In their 30 Seconds Spot. section Missy answers questions from how she got her start ,to being cast in a feature film to how she prepares for a show. The magazine is on stands now or you can check out the article online at Delaware Today Article.
TruTV Picks Up New TV Show The Drivers Seat Featuring Missy Grynkiewicz
TruTV Picks Up New TV Show The Drivers Seat Featuring Missy Grynkiewicz. As truTV prepares to join its sister brands for Turner Upfront 2015, the network is building on the momentum of its recent brand refresh with several major original programming moves. truTV has greenlit the Driver's Seat (working title), a show that literally hits the road to discover what people really dish about in the privacy of their own cars. Missy and and her family appear in the series debut episode. Stay tuned for fall release dates. You can watch a preview here https://pressroom.turner.com/us/trutv/drivers-seat/video-drivers-seat
"Thinking Inside My Box" Things Not To Ask Parents About Parenting In Stores Now
The comedy book "Thinking Inside My Box" Things Not To Ask Parents About Parenting co-written by Missy Grynkiewicz and Richard Keller is now available. Parenting is hard. Ask Missy Grynkiewicz and Richard Keller. Combined, these two authors and
performers have ... well, they have a lot of children. And they're pains in the ... Okay, maybe not so much pains as they are challenges to Missy’s and Richard’s sanity and continuous urge to sit on the couch without any pants.
In Thinking Inside My Box: things not to ask parents about parenting, Missy and Richard delve into the routines of offspring which make some folks curl up into fetal balls of sorrow. Essays include items on Christmas, television, the dreaded talk back, the Bill of Rights according to teenagers, sand in womanly areas, pregnancy, fast food, and utter embarrassment. You'll definitely laugh about the absurdities of child rearing, you're certain to exclaim at the similarities, and you'll relate so closely that you'll think they're talking about your progeny.
For more information on Missy, tours and upcoming releases follow her on twitter at www.twitter.com/missyishere and on Facebook here
Missy Wraps A Feature Film As Plans To Release A New CD And Book in 2014 Are Announced
Missy Grynkiewicz is set to release a new comedy CD and book in 2014. The Comedienne/Writer/Actress/Singer recently wrapped on the feature film, "Days of Power" and has been touring comedy clubs up and down the East Coast while finishing up her first book, "Thinking Outside My Box". The book is set to be released later this year. Release dates for both the CD and Book will be announced shortly. Keep checking back on her website for details.
Comediennes Janice Kamalski & Missy Grynkiewicz Join Together To Raise Money For Cancer.
Realize Records' comediennes Janice Kamalski and Missy Grynkiewicz will be performing at The Everett Theatre in a effort to raise funds for the Ovarian Cancer National Alliance. The Comedy Chicks for a Cause show will also feature special guests, a cash bar, a raffle and be the source of their new live stand up CD's. The event will take place on April 27th at 6:00PM.
Both Grynkiewicz and Kamalski reside in Delaware and each have had success in clubs and on radio. Missy most recently has joined the ranks of such successful comedians such as Weird Al Yankovic by parodying hits from Pink and Karmin to acting in a upcoming feature film and documentary while simultaneously touring up and down the east coast in stand up clubs. Missy stated, "I'm so excited to do a show in my home town in a venue I won't have to argue with Siri to find or figure out potty stops along the way. There's nothing quite like sharing laughs with people you also grocery shop with, work with, and get tangled up in local traffic circles with. I'm also pleased to be involved in a wonderful cause. If I can share some funnies and do some good at the same time, I consider that a really happy thing!" Kamalski has been on a self imposed hiatus while planning her return to touring. The show marks Kamalski's return to the stage and first recording since the highly successful 2010 "I'm Not Playin'" which remains in regular rotation on Sirius/XM's Blue Collar Channel. "I've spent my hiatus writing new material and eating a lot of cupcakes. Ok, really just the cupcakes but I am excited to get back on the stage." says Janice.
The show will raise money for the Ovarian Cancer National Alliance. The organization is a patient-led, umbrella organization uniting ovarian cancer activists, women’s health advocates and health care professionals in the effort to increase public and professional understanding of ovarian cancer and to advocate for more effective diagnostics, treatments and a cure. Key activities include an annual national conference, a public education program targeted to women and primary care physicians, and training programs to help survivors become effective advocates and spokespeople for the disease. "We believe laughter and community is an important part of the recovery process and are excited about the opportunity to raise money and awareness for such a great organization and cause." says label CEO Michel Grey.
Ticket are currently on sale for the April 27th show. The Everett Theatre is at 45 W. Main Street Middletown, DE 19709. Tickets can be purchased by visiting www.realizerecords.com or directly online at ticketleap at http://realizerecords.ticketleap.com/comedychicks/ Tickets may also be purchased by contacting Rachel Francica via phone at 302.507.7417 or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org. To find out more about Janice Kamalski and the upcoming CD you can visit www.janicekamalski.com. For tour dates, information on new music and stand up from Missy visit www.missygrynkiewicz.com. For information on Realize Records you can visit www.realizerecords.com.
New Single Released, A Parody of Pink's Hit "Glitter"
The new single released today, a parody of Pink's Hit "Glitter" is the latest in a series of parodies from Comedienne/Actress Missy Grynkiewicz. The song heralds the trials and tribulations of the human "connection" and carries the explicit warning sticker is now available for download exclusively on Itunes and Amazon.
Missy Grynkiewicz's Latest Single Parodies Pink's Hit "Glitter"
Missy Grynkiewicz's Latest Single Parodies Pink's Hit "Glitter". The song is one of a series that will be released as singles leading up to her full recording. The single is set to drop on March 25th 2014 and will be exclusively available on Itunes and Amazon.
Comedienne/Singer Missy Grynkiewicz New Single Released Today
The new single from Comedienne/Singer Missy Grynkiewicz was released today. The single titled, "Look At My House" Is a parody of the Karmin Cover of Chris Brown's "Look At Me Now". A music video spoofing the Karmin video was also released today via Missy's Official Youtube Channel featuring Missy and producer Paul Lewis. The single is currently available for download on Itunes and Amazon.
New Single Release Date Announced From Comedienne/Singer/Actress Missy Grynkiewicz
"Look at My House" will be the first single off of the upcoming sophomore CD from Comedienne/Singer/Actress Missy Grynkiewicz. The single is slated for release on December 3rd 2013. The song, a parody of the Karmin youtube sensation, also features singer/producer Paul Lewis on vocals. Missy has been performing in clubs up and down the East Coast testing material for her new CD. The song is the first in a series of parodies that will debut in 2014. Missy says,"This song shows what too much coffee, a messy house and time with teenagers can do to a woman on the edge." For more information and to get updates on Missy's appearances and releases follow her on Twitter or Like her on Facebook.
Missy Grynkiewicz Now Featured on Pandora Radio
You can now create your own Missy Grynkiewicz Channel on Pandora Radio. You can listen to tracks from her latest CD "Miss Representation". Visit the site at www.pandora.com
Missy Grynkiewicz Releases New Behind The Scenes Video
New behind the scenes excerpt from Missy's upcoming webisode series, featured now on her official youtube channel http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Hze_oCg6G9w
Missy Grynkiewicz Set To Star In New Production Of Into The Woods
Missy is in her final rehearsals for her latest production of Into the Woods which opens Friday March 1 at 8:00PM EST. The musical feautures music and lyrics from Stephen Sondheim and originally premiered on Broadway in 1987. Missy plays the part of the Witch originally made famous by Bernadette Peters. Tickets are on sale now at https://www.pcade.com/Tickets.htm or can be purchased at the door. Tixs are $18.00. Shows are March 1st, 2nd, 8th, 9th, 15th, 16th at 8:00PM EST.
Tickets on Sale Now For February 15th Performance at PCA
Tickets are now available for purchase for Missy's next show at Premier Centre for the Arts. The show will be recording for the new webisode series set to launch in early spring 2013. https://www.pcade.com/Tickets.htm
Last Weekend to Catch Missy In Everett Theatre's Production of Oliver
Last Weekend to Catch Missy In Everett Theatre's Production of Oliver. Missy is a Featured Cast Member in the Production. Performances are December 14th & 15th at 8:00PM and December 16th at 2:00PM. Tickets are on sale now at http://www.everetttheatre.com/EverettTheatre_pages/Events_shows/Main_stage.html
Missy Makes Grammy Entry List For Best Comedy Album With Miss Representation
Missy's Debut CD "Miss Representation" made the Grammy entry list for this years awards. Comedians on the entry list include Kathy Griffin, Lewis Black and Jim Gaffigan. Currently Missy is preparing for her upcoming 2013 tour.
Filming Starts On New Missy Webisode Series
Filming starts on the new Missy webisode series, The show will exclusively premiere on Missy's YouTube channel. The show will feature Missy, her family and pets. The series debut is slated for late fall of 2012.
CD Release Event Almost Sold Out!
Friday August 24th Missy will be performing tracks from her debut CD. Miss Representation. The CD is scheduled to hit Itunes and stores on August 28th. Only a few Tickets remain for the performance. The CD features her version of the truth about what we think of sex, being pregnant, teaching kids as well as a new spin on the absurdities that can occur while going to the zoo, hospital, or scuba diving. Producer Paul Lewis says of the CD, "This is seriously laugh-out-loud funny! She hits such a variety of topics but didn't miss a beat on any of them. Beware if you are easily offended. Missy is a no holds barred type of comedienne." To purchase tickets visit Premier Centre for the Arts or online at https://www.pcade.com/Tickets.htm. The show begins at 8PM. For additional information contact email@example.com
Download Free Track From Miss Representation
For a limited time you can download the track "Teacher" for free from Missy's website. Please Note the Track does contain explicit material. The CD will be available on Itunes on August 28th and at the CD Release event shcedule on August 24th. Ticket are on Sale now for the event at the theatre's website http://www.pcade.com/Tickets.htm
Missy Grynkiewicz's New Cd Scheduled For Release in August
The New CD titled, "Miss Representation" by Comedian/Singer Missy Grynkiewicz is scheduled for release on August 28th 2012. A CD release event has been confirmed for August 24th at Premier Centre for the Arts. A track from the CD will be available for free on her website in the next few days. Stay tuned for more info.
Just Announced Missy To Play Paulette in Legally Blonde Musical
Missy has been cast as the divorced manicurist Paulette in the musical version of Legally Blonde. Shows are scheduled to begin on August 3rd. Keep checking back more info coming soon.
Triple Threat Comedian Missy Grynkiewicz Signs 360 Recording Deal
Realize Records announced today that they have signed a deal with singer/actress/comedian Missy Grynkiewicz to release her debut comedic CD titled “Miss Representation”. The CD was recorded in front of a live audience in late 2011. The CD release date is still being decided. Missy says, “Having a label come to you and say "We want to put your name with ours" is a pretty remarkable thing, especially the name "Grynkiewicz". That's hard enough to want to learn to SAY, much less want to full on SPELL on your record label! I can think of no greater compliment, no greater way of realizing that others - talented, experienced others that make records and stuff- think that maybe I've got something to say that others may want to hear, and that is both inspiring and humbling.
Grynkiewicz, a regular in the musical theatre scene, has performed in a variety of roles ranging from Vi Moore in Footloose to Mrs. Hannigan in Annie to Magenta in Rocky Horror Picture Show. After receiving rave reviews for her performance as Mrs. Lovett in Sweeney Todd, Grynkiewicz approached some people she had developed relationships with from within the industry with the idea of adding stand up to her resume. The meetings lead to a slot opening for a Realize Records comedienne, which lead to the signing. “After seeing Missy perform, we knew we could make a great comedy recording with her. She said things that we all think but no one says and it was all effortless. We are really excited for the CD’s release later this year.” States label CEO Michel Grey.
The CD is being produced by Paul Lewis producer of the hit comedy CD, “I’m not Playin” by Sirius Radio regular Janice Kamalski. Missy is currently scheduled to perform March 31st at Premier Centre for the Arts at 10:00PM. You can find out more about Missy and the upcoming CD by visiting her website www.missygrynkiewicz.com or by visiting her page on www.realizerecords.com
Missy Featured In The Middletown Transcript
After a sold out show Missy returns to the Premier Center for the Arts for a new performance and dishes with the Middletown Transcript about her new role as a comedian.
Read the full article here: Comedian-Missy-Grynkiewicz-returns-to-Premier-Centre-for-the-Arts