He'll play a hipster who works the hotel owner's last nerve, according to a report.
Broadway fans just got their first look at Darren Criss in his upcoming role as the lead in 'Hedwig and the Angry Inch'!
Glee took its final bow on Friday night (March 20) with a two-hour series finale that not only felt like a sweet ending to a six-year chapter of television but also left everyone, including the cast, in tears by the end. And as we were reaching for the tissue box and live tweeting the event, some of the show's stars did the same and share their memories during the last episode's broadcast.
The cast of Glee has been all over the place. Whether it's making their press rounds to attending awards shows, the TV series' stars have been busy. And their latest stop? PaleyFest Los Angeles 2015.
'Glee may have finished filming the final season of the show a few days ago. However, some of the show's stars reunited for a special performance at the Family Equality Council's 2015 Los Angeles Awards on Saturday night (Feb. 28).
Darren Criss will be returning to Broadway to play Hedwig Robinson in the revival of 'Hedwig and the Angry Inch.'
Anyone who has ever felt the pain of being in a long-distance relationship will probably bawl their eyes out while watching the music video for A Great Big World's 'Already Home.' The moving video centers on two bi-coastal lovers, played by 'Glee's' Darren Criss and former 'Gossip Girl' star Jessica Szohr, as they go about their days, participating in the same activities as each other in order to feel close despite the distance...
Cory Monteith's death is beyond fresh in the minds of his 'Glee' castmates, who've been paying tribute to him in different ways. Darren Criss, who plays Blaine on the show, memorialized Monteith by wearing a black ribbon pinned to his gray suit at the premiere of his film 'Girl Most Likely' in NYC on July 15.