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Diana Puertas: The obvious and only answer is Meryl Streep.
Phillip Diana Torres: Meryl can only do it
Noah Peterlin: Meryl Streep. That girl can sing!
Nancy Gumbiner: Duh- Meryl
Ellen Hatcher Maxey: Meryl Streep only her.
Hannes Griessel: Meryl Streep. She just IS Miranda!
Nance Peters: Seems like a no-brainer – MERYL STREEP, of course!
Not surprisingly, more than a few Playbill.com readers were enthused at the notion of seeing Meryl Streep herself reprise the role on Broadway. Streep, who has not been seen on a Broadway stage since 1977, has taken on a number of singing film roles lately, including the hit film adaptation of the Stephen Sondheim classic, "Into the Woods" as the Witch, and as Ricki, rock'n'roll band singer and mother in "Ricki and The Flash." Streep has been nominated for an Academy Award on numerous occasion and is the winner of three.
Matt Welch: Patti LuPone. That's all.
Saoirse Molloy: Patti LuPone would be incredible.
Viktor Devonne: Patti LuPone is the only real choice
Luke Powell: Patti. Obvs
Kade Ivy: Patti LuPone. That is all.
Patti LuPone was a close second contender as voted by Playbill.com readers. A two-time Grammy Award winner and two-time Tony winner, her Broadway career spans over 40 years. Several of her stage roles have featured strong female characters including Gypsy's Mama Rose, Lucia from Women on the Verge of a Nervous Breakdown and Mrs. Lovett in Sweeney Todd.
Kels Kott: Bernadette duh
Brianna Raquel Arrieta: I could also see Bernadette in this role
Sam Brunner: Berna-freakin-dette
Tara Wasserman Blum: Bernadette!!!!
Bernadette Peters is the winner of two Tony Awards for Best Actress and recipient of the special Tony Isabelle Stevenson Award. She first appeared on Broadway in the 1959 production of The Most Happy Fella and has played such iconic roles as Dot in Stephen Sondheim's Sunday in the Park with George, Mama Rose in Gypsy, Hildy in On the Town and Sally Durant Plummer in Follies.
Scott Ponsford: Glenn Close
Jeffrey Karasarides: Glenn Close!
Barbara Anderson Goldstein: Glenn Close
Fans of the television series "Damages" know that Glenn Close isn't one to shy away from authoritative characters. The show's Patty Hewes would give Miranda Priestly a run for her money, not to mention her high-fashion, Tony-winning turn as Norma Desmond in Sunset Boulevard. A six-time Oscar nominee, Close is the winner of three Tony Awards, last seen on Broadway last fall in Edward Albee's A Delicate Balance.
Mark Gutis: Helen Mirren.
Dame Helen Mirren is no stranger when it comes to playing powerful women on stage and screen. The Academy Award winning star currently stars as Queen Elizabeth II in The Audience on Broadway, a role which has seen her nominated for a 2015 Tony Award. Mirren won the Oscar for playing the role in the film "The Queen." Whilst she has been nominated for a Tony Award on three occasions, she is yet to win.
Tyler Staten: Victoria Clark
Tony winner Victoria Clark received a fourth Tony nomination for her performance as sweet-natured Mamita in Gigi. She won the Tony for The Light in the Piazza and has also appeared in Cinderella, Sister Act, Titanic, Cabaret and Urinetown.
John Michael Schott: Christine Baranski would nail it.
Cathy Lewis: Christine Baranski
Maggie Leigh Walker: Christine Baranski!!! YAS. She's the only one besides Meryl that I can see pulling off that role.
Patty LaPointe: Baranski! A lot depends on the score.
Following her recent portrayal of Cinderella's evil stepmother in the film adaptation of "Into the Woods," it's easy to imagine Christine Baranski tackling a role such as "the Devil" in "The Devil Wears Prada." Baranski is a two-time Tony winner currently starring in the hit TV series, "The Good Wife." She also featured regularly on "The Big Bang Theory."