University of Michigan alum Darren Criss returns to Ann Arbor for December performance

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Darren Criss (left). (Bruce Glikas/Filmmagic)

ANN ARBOR, Mich. – University of Michigan alum Darren Criss is returning to Ann Arbor for his “A Very Darren Crissmas Tour” on Saturday, Dec. 4.

Criss graduated from the university with a Bachelor in Fine Arts in 2009. After co-founding StarKid Productions, he went on to have a reoccurring role in popular musical television series “Glee.” He has won Emmy and Golden Globe awards for his portrayal of spree killer Andrew Cunanan, performed on Broadway and started indie pop band Computer Games, among numerous other projects.

Criss’s holiday season tour will visit cities around the United States and Canada throughout December. The tour marks his first-ever full-length project, said the Michigan Theater in an email.

Prices for standard tickets to the Dec. 4 event in Ann Arbor start at $29. VIP packages begin at $135.

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Currently, the Michigan Theater requires all event attendees over age 12 to be fully vaccinated against the coronavirus that causes COVID-19. Proof of vaccination is must be shown at the door or a negative PCR test taken within 72 hours before an event. Masks are required for all audience members, according to the theater’s COVID Safety policy.

Read: Historic Ann Arbor theaters to require proof of vaccination, negative COVID-19 tests

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