Comediennes Janice Kamalski & Missy Grynkiewicz Join Together To Raise Money For Cancer.

Sat, Apr, 5 2014

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 or directly online at ticketleap at Tickets may also be purchased by contacting Rachel Francica via phone at 302.507.7417 or via email at To find out more about Janice Kamalski and the upcoming CD you can visit For tour dates,  information on new music and stand up from Missy visit For information on Realize Records you can visit