Here’s something I wrote for The Occasional. Also for Brett White. 

We’re gonna do a whole sketch show for you, inspired by the songs of Billy Joel. (x)

Gifs!

I wrote this article for The Occasional about Hitler and time travel and how nothing ever works out for me. I’m very happy with how it turned out. PLEASE READ!

This Friday, The Chris Gethard Show universe goes to war. Join some of our fan favorite characters in all out battle like no one has seen before. To the victor goes the spoils, and to the fallen… a horrible fate beyond the White Wall. 

Friday June 27th, 10:30pm. Admission $20, or with a DCM wristband. 

Visit http://delclosemarathon.com/ for more details!

melindataub:

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“The town of Inarajan, located on the southwest coast of Guam with a population of 3,052, flicked her long red hair out her eyes and sighed. People were always telling her she was beautiful, but she just didn’t see it. She examined herself in the mirror carefully. What was so beautiful about large violet eyes, long slender limbs, and the ruins of several colonial Spanish forts? Certainly she was nowhere near as lovely as her friends Tumon, a tourist hub featuring over 20 large hotels and a Duty Free Shoppers Galleria, or Andrea, who wore a C-cup. Inarajan’s mother entered, her mouth tightened with disapproval. Inarajan’s mother did not understand her. It was as though they were from two different worlds: Inarajan was just a small coastal village, and her mother was an invasive species of brown tree snake from the Phillippines. “It’s time,” said her mother. “Must I?” said Inarajan. “You must,” said her mother. She hesitated, and Inarajan thought she might say something to comfort her, but her mother merely shook her head and decimated Guam’s indigenous bird population.”

The Wikipedia Entry For Guam, Retold As A YA Novel

I wrote this! Please click through and read the whole thing.

Melinda wrote this awesome piece for the Toast. I’ve seen it read aloud and it always killed, happy to say it translates BEAUTIFULLY to the page.

Welcome to Improv Horror Stories

robotriley:

improvhorrorstories:

Share your tales of crazy teachers, strange students, bad shows, degrading venues, and awful audience members.

One time in 2014 somebody started this Tumblr.

YO I LOVE THIS IDEA! AWFUL AUDIENCE MEMBERS?! EASY. ONE TIME THIS DUDE DIDN’T LAUGH AT MY SCENE AND IT WAS SUCH A FUCKING FUNNY SCENE I WAS PLAYING A MONKEY AND THEN I LIKE MIMED HOLDING UP SIMBA AND PEOPLE SHOULD HAVE FUCKING LOST IT BUT THEY DIDN’T LOSE IT. DUMB FUCKING AUDIENCE THAT NIGHT.

I’M THE BEST!

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This week we celebrate our long time creative contributer Juan in a live retrospective! We ask our fans to call in with their favorite moments of Juan on TCGS - there are so many to choose from, because this DEFINITELY isn’t only Juan’s second appearance on the show! 

Probably my favorite episode.

Top of the Golden Gate Bridge

Here’s a sketch I wrote for Bellevue’s show last month, starring Noah Forman and myself and directed by Brandon Gulya. 

Sketches From an Italian Restaurant - A Billy Joel Sketch Show

Written by and Starring: Dru Johnston & Don Fanelli
Directed by: Will Hines & Dan Klein
Choreography by: Kate Riley
Captain Jack Videos Shot by Keith Haskel

Filmed LIVE! at the UCB Theatre on April 16th by Lou Gonzales

VERY excited to post the full video of Don and my sketch show entirely about Billy Joel. I’ve written too much about this show already, so I’ll just leave you with this: WATCH IT!

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theweekmagazine:

John Oliver explains why net neutrality is really important, as only John Oliver can

Maybe John Oliver has found his post–Daily Show niche: Explaining boring or uncomfortable subjects in a way that makes sense and makes you laugh. 

This is so fucking good.

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