Michele made her Broadway debut when she was 8 years old, playing Young Cosette in "Les Misérables," and went on to appear in the original Broadway cast of "Ragtime." In 2006, the actress took on the part of a teen exploring her budding sexuality in the Tony-winning rock musical "Spring Awakening," earning raves for her electrifying voice -- along with a Drama Desk Award nomination for her standout performance.
On the small screen, Michele is best known for her spirited portrayal of self-appointed star and social misfit Rachel Berry on the quirky hit series "Glee." Showcasing Michele's enviable vocal talents, the role set her up for back-to-back Golden Globe nods and an Emmy nomination in 2010.
At Wallace University, buried memories of a sorority pledge that ended tragically resurface 20 years later when a killer called the Red Devil resumes his bloody campaign -- raising new questions about the dark past of the college's Kappa sorority.