Credit: Frederick M. Brown/Getty Images Photo: Darren Criss at the 2013 TrevorLIVE Benefit

Darren Criss may be best known for playing the role of adorably preppy Blaine Anderson on Glee, but the 27-year-old actor guest starred on the April 4 episode of Whose Line Is it Anyway? and we thought that appearance would be a great time to quiz Viggle LIVE users on some of Darren’s other non-Glee projects. With that in mind, we asked you all if you knew which Broadway musical Darren briefly appeared in a few years back. To our surprise, only slightly more than half of you knew the correct answer! Let’s take a walk through the results, shall we?

A mere 15 percent of you answered that Darren headed to the Great White Way for a part in Les Miserables, which is good since that answer is incorrect. Also incorrect were the 30 percent of responders who answered Guys and Dolls. Still, we have faith that die-hard Darren fans do exist, because 55 percent of you correctly answered that he had a brief stint in B’way’s How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying.

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Still don’t believe us? Here’s a little refresher for ya! Darren played the part of J. Pierrepont Finch in the musical back in January 2012 for a three week stint, and his run in the show was a huge success. He succeeded Harry Potter star Daniel Radcliffe in the lead role , and Darren’s run earned an impressive four million dollars. He’s a bona fide Broadway baby and we love him for it!

Broadway fans may be also pleased to know that in this Tuesday’s episode of Glee Darren will be singing hit songs from Into the Woods and Sweeney Todd. Musical theater nerds unite!

Do you want to test your TV knowledge? Not only is it easy, but you also get rewarded just for watching your favorite shows! All you have to do is download the Viggle app, get watching, and check into Viggle LIVE!

Glee Season 5, Episode 15: “Bash” airs April 9 at 8 p.m. ET on Fox.