Darren Criss and Lea Michele Launch Concert Tour May 30 | Playbill

Cabaret & Concert News Darren Criss and Lea Michele Launch Concert Tour May 30 The Glee stars kick off their LM/DC Tour in Tennessee.
Darren Criss and Lea Michele Joseph Marzullo/WENN

Lea Michele and Darren Criss’ U.S. concert tour—the LM/DC Tour—launches May 30 in Nashville, Tennessee. The Glee stars will subsequently visit Cincinnati, Pittsburgh, Chicago, St. Louis, Atlanta, Durham, Charlotte, and more.

The touring itinerary follows:
May 30 in Nashville, Tennessee, at The Ryman Auditorium
May 31 in Cincinnati, Ohio, at Taft Theatre
June 2 in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, at Benedum Center
June 3 in Washington, D.C., at Kennedy Center
June 5 in Indianapolis, Indiana, at Murat Theatre
June 6 in Columbus, Ohio, at Ohio Theatre
June 8 in Easton, Pennsylvania, at State Theatre Center for the Arts
June 9 in Newark, New Jersey, at NJPAC
June 10 in Toronto, Ontario, at Sony Theatre
June 26 in Chicago, Illinois, at Chicago Theater
June 27 in St. Louis, Missouri, at Peabody Opera House
June 29 in Atlanta, Georgia, at Cobb Energy Center
June 30 in Durham, North Carolina, at DPAC
July 1 in Charlotte, North Carolina, at Ovens Auditorium


The two met in 2010 on the set of Glee; Michele went on to star in Ryan Murphy’s Scream Queens, and Criss recently wrapped the latest iteration of Murphy’s American Crime Story anthology series: The Assassination of Gianni Versace.

Michele got her start as a replacement for Young Cosette in the original Les Misérables. She went on to originate the role of Little Girl in Ragtime, played Sphrintze in the 2004 revival of Fiddler on the Roof, and created the role of Wendla in Broadway’s Spring Awakening.

Criss broke out on Glee and later moved to Broadway, replacing Daniel Radcliffe in How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying. He subsequently starred in the title role of Hedwig and the Angry Inch.

The actor also founded Elsie Fest, the music festival that blends pop music and Broadway. He and Michele sang together this past summer at the third annual festival in Central Park.

Click here for tickets and information to the LM/DC Tour.

(Updated May 30, 2018)
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