PLEASE REFOLLOW OUR OLD CHRIS AND DARREN! 

Chris is here, and Darren is here.

After talking to them, and discussing past issues, I’ve decided to let them rejoin the roleplay.

Thanks.

CHORD OVERSTREET 

You have 24 hours to get active. I’ve let activity slide due to the nature of how small the roleplay is. But Mark needs Chord in order to move his progress forward, and I can see that he’s struggling doing that. His life literally revolves around a dog. So, c’mon now.

DARREN CRISS → 26 → NEEDED FOR ENDGAME CRISSCOLFER

Bio: Growing up with a strong passion for Broadway and musicals, Darren Criss had to deal with homophobic comments and assumptions that he was gay from a young age. The stereotypes that plagued people’s minds automatically being put to practice as soon as they knew of his likes and interests. Though people thinking he was gay didn’t bother him, as he grew up with the gay community, there was just one problem: He actually wasn’t gay. He liked women, he was perfectly straight, contrary to what people may have believed due to the stereotypes they trusted over solid fact. Working on AVPM for a long time, Darren grew very attached to his work, loving his coworkers like family. Performing was his passion, and AVPM let him live his passion out, it was what he’d always wanted to do. Comfortable with his sexuality enough to be professional and play a gay role, the actor auditioned for “Glee” in its second season, hoping to be cast as “Blaine Anderson”, a Warbler from a rival school that were to go against The New Directions and steal the heart of one Kurt Hummel, played by the wildly talented Chris Colfer. Upon being offered the role, Darren began filming and immediately grew on the Nation and his cast-mates, going on to become very fond of all of them, especially his onscreen sweetheart, Chris. Spending more and more time with Chris as the show went on, Darren soon became accustomed to seeing the younger actor every day. Even if they were just Skyping, reading a couple of lines to prepare. A day finally arriving in which Darren didn’t need to see Chris, the actor couldn’t help but feel weirdly strange, a sadness taking over him as he found himself missing his fellow Gleek. Trying to ignore these feelings, the actor found he simply couldn’t as they developed in to something much more, going against his sexuality that he’d worked so hard to have people respect and accept. He was straight, wasn’t he? Darren wasn’t entirely sure of anything, not any more. All he was sure of was the fact that slowly, he’d fallen in love with his onscreen boyfriend, against his sexuality and against all odds, and he couldn’t seem to shake these feelings away. 

Roleplay Plot: Everything’s getting a little crazy on set for the Glee cast lately. People are dating co-workers, causing some rivalry on set for those who are interested in their partners. Others are pining over their lost love, forcing themselves into unhappy relationships. Some are trying to deny their sexuality because they’re scared. To say tensions are high would be an understatement. Can these 8 cast members find happiness? Or will they continue to lie to themselves and stay unhappy?

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CHRIS COLFER → 22 → NEEDED FOR ENDGAME CRISSCOLFER

Bio: Auditioning for the role of Artie Abrams on the Fox show “Glee”, Chris Colfer was the youngest actor to be cast on the show at just the tender age of 19, a slight twist arising as the producers turned him down for his original wanted character, writing him his own character that showcased his abilities perfectly, this role going on to be one of the most loved, inspirational characters in TV History: Kurt Hummel. Stealing the Nation’s heart and slowly growing up on the set, Chris went on to work on many different projects whilst working on Glee, writing his very own Children’s Book and writing and starring in his own movie, “Struck By Lightning”. In season 2 of “Glee”, Chris was finally given a reciprocated love interest story, Darren Criss joining the show to play the character that would eventually become Kurt’s other half, Blaine Anderson. As the Klaine romance blossomed, Chris and Darren found themselves spending more and more time together, rehearsing scenes, rehearsing duets, just generally spending most of their time turning up the charm and being sweetly romantic with each other. Of course, this was only for their onscreen relationship, right? Wrong. As the time went on, Chris found himself slowly falling for the older man, a smile enhancing his features near enough every time the man walked on set. His own heart fluttering every time they’d rehearse a scene or sing a duet. Trying desperately to be professional and hide these feelings, Chris went on filming for “Glee”, his efforts futile as his feelings for his onscreen boyfriend only grew stronger. Of course, Chris knew nothing could ever come of it, for one thing, Darren was straight. wasn’t he? 

Roleplay Plot: Everything’s getting a little crazy on set for the Glee cast lately. People are dating co-workers, causing some rivalry on set for those who are interested in their partners. Others are pining over their lost love, forcing themselves into unhappy relationships. Some are trying to deny their sexuality because they’re scared. To say tensions are high would be an understatement. Can these 8 cast members find happiness? Or will they continue to lie to themselves and stay unhappy?

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DARREN CRISS → 26 → NEEDED FOR ENDGAME CRISSCOLFER

Bio: Growing up with a strong passion for Broadway and musicals, Darren Criss had to deal with homophobic comments and assumptions that he was gay from a young age. The stereotypes that plagued people’s minds automatically being put to practice as soon as they knew of his likes and interests. Though people thinking he was gay didn’t bother him, as he grew up with the gay community, there was just one problem: He actually wasn’t gay. He liked women, he was perfectly straight, contrary to what people may have believed due to the stereotypes they trusted over solid fact. Working on AVPM for a long time, Darren grew very attached to his work, loving his coworkers like family. Performing was his passion, and AVPM let him live his passion out, it was what he’d always wanted to do. Comfortable with his sexuality enough to be professional and play a gay role, the actor auditioned for “Glee” in its second season, hoping to be cast as “Blaine Anderson”, a Warbler from a rival school that were to go against The New Directions and steal the heart of one Kurt Hummel, played by the wildly talented Chris Colfer. Upon being offered the role, Darren began filming and immediately grew on the Nation and his cast-mates, going on to become very fond of all of them, especially his onscreen sweetheart, Chris. Spending more and more time with Chris as the show went on, Darren soon became accustomed to seeing the younger actor every day. Even if they were just Skyping, reading a couple of lines to prepare. A day finally arriving in which Darren didn’t need to see Chris, the actor couldn’t help but feel weirdly strange, a sadness taking over him as he found himself missing his fellow Gleek. Trying to ignore these feelings, the actor found he simply couldn’t as they developed in to something much more, going against his sexuality that he’d worked so hard to have people respect and accept. He was straight, wasn’t he? Darren wasn’t entirely sure of anything, not any more. All he was sure of was the fact that slowly, he’d fallen in love with his onscreen boyfriend, against his sexuality and against all odds, and he couldn’t seem to shake these feelings away. 

Roleplay Plot: Everything’s getting a little crazy on set for the Glee cast lately. People are dating co-workers, causing some rivalry on set for those who are interested in their partners. Others are pining over their lost love, forcing themselves into unhappy relationships. Some are trying to deny their sexuality because they’re scared. To say tensions are high would be an understatement. Can these 8 cast members find happiness? Or will they continue to lie to themselves and stay unhappy?

Questions | Character Info | Application Submit 

CHRIS COLFER → 22 → NEEDED FOR ENDGAME CRISSCOLFER

Bio: Auditioning for the role of Artie Abrams on the Fox show “Glee”, Chris Colfer was the youngest actor to be cast on the show at just the tender age of 19, a slight twist arising as the producers turned him down for his original wanted character, writing him his own character that showcased his abilities perfectly, this role going on to be one of the most loved, inspirational characters in TV History: Kurt Hummel. Stealing the Nation’s heart and slowly growing up on the set, Chris went on to work on many different projects whilst working on Glee, writing his very own Children’s Book and writing and starring in his own movie, “Struck By Lightning”. In season 2 of “Glee”, Chris was finally given a reciprocated love interest story, Darren Criss joining the show to play the character that would eventually become Kurt’s other half, Blaine Anderson. As the Klaine romance blossomed, Chris and Darren found themselves spending more and more time together, rehearsing scenes, rehearsing duets, just generally spending most of their time turning up the charm and being sweetly romantic with each other. Of course, this was only for their onscreen relationship, right? Wrong. As the time went on, Chris found himself slowly falling for the older man, a smile enhancing his features near enough every time the man walked on set. His own heart fluttering every time they’d rehearse a scene or sing a duet. Trying desperately to be professional and hide these feelings, Chris went on filming for “Glee”, his efforts futile as his feelings for his onscreen boyfriend only grew stronger. Of course, Chris knew nothing could ever come of it, for one thing, Darren was straight. wasn’t he? 

Roleplay Plot: Everything’s getting a little crazy on set for the Glee cast lately. People are dating co-workers, causing some rivalry on set for those who are interested in their partners. Others are pining over their lost love, forcing themselves into unhappy relationships. Some are trying to deny their sexuality because they’re scared. To say tensions are high would be an understatement. Can these 8 cast members find happiness? Or will they continue to lie to themselves and stay unhappy?

Questions | Character Info | Application Submit 

DARREN CRISS → 26 → NEEDED FOR ENDGAME CRISSCOLFER

Bio: Growing up with a strong passion for Broadway and musicals, Darren Criss had to deal with homophobic comments and assumptions that he was gay from a young age. The stereotypes that plagued people’s minds automatically being put to practice as soon as they knew of his likes and interests. Though people thinking he was gay didn’t bother him, as he grew up with the gay community, there was just one problem: He actually wasn’t gay. He liked women, he was perfectly straight, contrary to what people may have believed due to the stereotypes they trusted over solid fact. Working on AVPM for a long time, Darren grew very attached to his work, loving his coworkers like family. Performing was his passion, and AVPM let him live his passion out, it was what he’d always wanted to do. Comfortable with his sexuality enough to be professional and play a gay role, the actor auditioned for “Glee” in its second season, hoping to be cast as “Blaine Anderson”, a Warbler from a rival school that were to go against The New Directions and steal the heart of one Kurt Hummel, played by the wildly talented Chris Colfer. Upon being offered the role, Darren began filming and immediately grew on the Nation and his cast-mates, going on to become very fond of all of them, especially his onscreen sweetheart, Chris. Spending more and more time with Chris as the show went on, Darren soon became accustomed to seeing the younger actor every day. Even if they were just Skyping, reading a couple of lines to prepare. A day finally arriving in which Darren didn’t need to see Chris, the actor couldn’t help but feel weirdly strange, a sadness taking over him as he found himself missing his fellow Gleek. Trying to ignore these feelings, the actor found he simply couldn’t as they developed in to something much more, going against his sexuality that he’d worked so hard to have people respect and accept. He was straight, wasn’t he? Darren wasn’t entirely sure of anything, not any more. All he was sure of was the fact that slowly, he’d fallen in love with his onscreen boyfriend, against his sexuality and against all odds, and he couldn’t seem to shake these feelings away. 

Roleplay Plot: Everything’s getting a little crazy on set for the Glee cast lately. People are dating co-workers, causing some rivalry on set for those who are interested in their partners. Others are pining over their lost love, forcing themselves into unhappy relationships. Some are trying to deny their sexuality because they’re scared. To say tensions are high would be an understatement. Can these 8 cast members find happiness? Or will they continue to lie to themselves and stay unhappy?

Questions | Character Info | Application Submit 

CHRIS COLFER → 22 → NEEDED FOR ENDGAME CRISSCOLFER

Bio: Auditioning for the role of Artie Abrams on the Fox show “Glee”, Chris Colfer was the youngest actor to be cast on the show at just the tender age of 19, a slight twist arising as the producers turned him down for his original wanted character, writing him his own character that showcased his abilities perfectly, this role going on to be one of the most loved, inspirational characters in TV History: Kurt Hummel. Stealing the Nation’s heart and slowly growing up on the set, Chris went on to work on many different projects whilst working on Glee, writing his very own Children’s Book and writing and starring in his own movie, “Struck By Lightning”. In season 2 of “Glee”, Chris was finally given a reciprocated love interest story, Darren Criss joining the show to play the character that would eventually become Kurt’s other half, Blaine Anderson. As the Klaine romance blossomed, Chris and Darren found themselves spending more and more time together, rehearsing scenes, rehearsing duets, just generally spending most of their time turning up the charm and being sweetly romantic with each other. Of course, this was only for their onscreen relationship, right? Wrong. As the time went on, Chris found himself slowly falling for the older man, a smile enhancing his features near enough every time the man walked on set. His own heart fluttering every time they’d rehearse a scene or sing a duet. Trying desperately to be professional and hide these feelings, Chris went on filming for “Glee”, his efforts futile as his feelings for his onscreen boyfriend only grew stronger. Of course, Chris knew nothing could ever come of it, for one thing, Darren was straight. wasn’t he? 

Roleplay Plot: Everything’s getting a little crazy on set for the Glee cast lately. People are dating co-workers, causing some rivalry on set for those who are interested in their partners. Others are pining over their lost love, forcing themselves into unhappy relationships. Some are trying to deny their sexuality because they’re scared. To say tensions are high would be an understatement. Can these 8 cast members find happiness? Or will they continue to lie to themselves and stay unhappy?

Questions | Character Info | Application Submit 

DARREN CRISS → 26 → NEEDED FOR ENDGAME CRISSCOLFER

Bio: Growing up with a strong passion for Broadway and musicals, Darren Criss had to deal with homophobic comments and assumptions that he was gay from a young age. The stereotypes that plagued people’s minds automatically being put to practice as soon as they knew of his likes and interests. Though people thinking he was gay didn’t bother him, as he grew up with the gay community, there was just one problem: He actually wasn’t gay. He liked women, he was perfectly straight, contrary to what people may have believed due to the stereotypes they trusted over solid fact. Working on AVPM for a long time, Darren grew very attached to his work, loving his coworkers like family. Performing was his passion, and AVPM let him live his passion out, it was what he’d always wanted to do. Comfortable with his sexuality enough to be professional and play a gay role, the actor auditioned for “Glee” in its second season, hoping to be cast as “Blaine Anderson”, a Warbler from a rival school that were to go against The New Directions and steal the heart of one Kurt Hummel, played by the wildly talented Chris Colfer. Upon being offered the role, Darren began filming and immediately grew on the Nation and his cast-mates, going on to become very fond of all of them, especially his onscreen sweetheart, Chris. Spending more and more time with Chris as the show went on, Darren soon became accustomed to seeing the younger actor every day. Even if they were just Skyping, reading a couple of lines to prepare. A day finally arriving in which Darren didn’t need to see Chris, the actor couldn’t help but feel weirdly strange, a sadness taking over him as he found himself missing his fellow Gleek. Trying to ignore these feelings, the actor found he simply couldn’t as they developed in to something much more, going against his sexuality that he’d worked so hard to have people respect and accept. He was straight, wasn’t he? Darren wasn’t entirely sure of anything, not any more. All he was sure of was the fact that slowly, he’d fallen in love with his onscreen boyfriend, against his sexuality and against all odds, and he couldn’t seem to shake these feelings away. 

Roleplay Plot: Everything’s getting a little crazy on set for the Glee cast lately. People are dating co-workers, causing some rivalry on set for those who are interested in their partners. Others are pining over their lost love, forcing themselves into unhappy relationships. Some are trying to deny their sexuality because they’re scared. To say tensions are high would be an understatement. Can these 8 cast members find happiness? Or will they continue to lie to themselves and stay unhappy?

Questions | Character Info | Application Submit 

CHRIS COLFER → 22 → NEEDED FOR ENDGAME CRISSCOLFER

Bio: Auditioning for the role of Artie Abrams on the Fox show “Glee”, Chris Colfer was the youngest actor to be cast on the show at just the tender age of 19, a slight twist arising as the producers turned him down for his original wanted character, writing him his own character that showcased his abilities perfectly, this role going on to be one of the most loved, inspirational characters in TV History: Kurt Hummel. Stealing the Nation’s heart and slowly growing up on the set, Chris went on to work on many different projects whilst working on Glee, writing his very own Children’s Book and writing and starring in his own movie, “Struck By Lightning”. In season 2 of “Glee”, Chris was finally given a reciprocated love interest story, Darren Criss joining the show to play the character that would eventually become Kurt’s other half, Blaine Anderson. As the Klaine romance blossomed, Chris and Darren found themselves spending more and more time together, rehearsing scenes, rehearsing duets, just generally spending most of their time turning up the charm and being sweetly romantic with each other. Of course, this was only for their onscreen relationship, right? Wrong. As the time went on, Chris found himself slowly falling for the older man, a smile enhancing his features near enough every time the man walked on set. His own heart fluttering every time they’d rehearse a scene or sing a duet. Trying desperately to be professional and hide these feelings, Chris went on filming for “Glee”, his efforts futile as his feelings for his onscreen boyfriend only grew stronger. Of course, Chris knew nothing could ever come of it, for one thing, Darren was straight. wasn’t he? 

Roleplay Plot: Everything’s getting a little crazy on set for the Glee cast lately. People are dating co-workers, causing some rivalry on set for those who are interested in their partners. Others are pining over their lost love, forcing themselves into unhappy relationships. Some are trying to deny their sexuality because they’re scared. To say tensions are high would be an understatement. Can these 8 cast members find happiness? Or will they continue to lie to themselves and stay unhappy?

Questions | Character Info | Application Submit