Featured Artist Missy Grynkiewicz

Host Jeremy Hall

THIS EVENT IS SOLD OUT!

Join us for a night of comedy with featured comedienne Missy Grynkiewicz. This show will contain adult content and themes.

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, being released at Westtown Movies in February of 2017. She also filmed a pilot for TruTv which was picked up and will be aired this year.  Missy is also the warm up host for the Harry Connick Jr show which is filmed in New York City.

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.

The night will be hosted by Jeremy Hall. Limited seating available.

Date and Time: March 24 and 25(SOLD OUT) at 7:30pm

Location: Gibby Center for the Arts

Cost: All seats are $10

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