Before she was Rachel Berry on Glee, Lea Michele was a Broadway star. Her breakout role was as Wendla in the musical Spring Awakening, where she costarred with now-BFF Jonathan Groff (aka Jesse St James). The show was in the Eugene O’Neill Theater in New York. Fast forward a couple of years, and that same theater is hosting the megahit musical Book of Mormon, which was written by South Park creators Matt Stone and Trey Parker. One of the show’s stars, Andrew Rannells, found a little surprise in his dressing room – a message that Lea had scrawled under a table back in her Spring Awakening days. Andrew, have you considered trying to sell that on eBay?
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