Golden Globe winner Colfer appeared on the "Larry King Now" program Nov. 20, answering questions from the audience on social media. When asked if he'd like to be in a play on Broadway, Colfer answered, "I might be doing one soon, hopefully. Been talking about it. It'll be very vocally demanding, so I'm terrified about it."
He said that he's considering a singing role, but he cautioned that he's leery of taking it, because "when it [singing] becomes work, that's when I don't care for it."
He offered no further details about the project.
Watch the clip here. He discusses Broadway starting at the 21:39 mark:
The comments about Broadway were tweeted the afternoon of Nov. 20:
@chriscolfer when asked about Broadway https://t.co/hM8LsUarRG pic.twitter.com/Y6LHoE8IxP — ChrisColferNews (@colfer_news) November 20, 2015
In addition to his acting credits, Colfer wrote the screenplay for the 2012 indie film "Struck By Lightning," which he also produced and starred in, and the "Land of Stories" children's book series.