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By Jeff Katz
March 10, 2011
WeHo’s newest bar and restaurant, The Office, is celebrating its opening in a big way—with a performance by Glee‘s Darren Criss! Yes, the straight actor who plays everyone’s favorite gay high school crooner is coming out (ha!) to support, and though it may really be all in the name of charity, you can believe he’s there just for you.
On March 26, The Office is hosting an evening with Darren for a limited 200 friends, with ticket proceeds benefiting AIDS Project Los Angeles. Tickets are officially on sale today, and this event will likely sell out, so get on it!
More info and tickets can be found here.
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