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BWW Countdown: You Tweeted, We Counted Your Favorite Sutton Foster Roles

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Last week we asked you to rank your favorite Sutton Foster roles in our first BWW Countdown. Well, you took to Social Media in huge numbers and we have the results. What do you think of the list? If your favorite isn't as high as you would have liked, make sure to vote more next time!

Don't forget to check out our current BWW Countdowns, where you can rank your favorite Audra McDonald roles (click here) and Harvey Fierstein shows (click here).


No. 10 Sonia Walsk in THEY'RE PLAYING OUR SONG

BWW Countdown: You Tweeted, We Counted Your Favorite Sutton Foster Roles


No. 9 Prudence in TRUST

BWW Countdown: You Tweeted, We Counted Your Favorite Sutton Foster Roles


No. 8 Inga in YOUNG FRANKENSTEIN

BWW Countdown: You Tweeted, We Counted Your Favorite Sutton Foster Roles


No. 7 Janet Van De Graaff in THE DROWSY CHAPERONE

BWW Countdown: You Tweeted, We Counted Your Favorite Sutton Foster Roles


No. 6 Jo March in LITTLE WOMEN

BWW Countdown: You Tweeted, We Counted Your Favorite Sutton Foster Roles


No. 5 Princess Fiona in SHREK THE MUSICAL

BWW Countdown: You Tweeted, We Counted Your Favorite Sutton Foster Roles


No. 4 Michelle Simms in BUNHEADS

BWW Countdown: You Tweeted, We Counted Your Favorite Sutton Foster Roles


No. 3 Violet Karl in VIOLET

BWW Countdown: You Tweeted, We Counted Your Favorite Sutton Foster Roles


No. 2 Reno Sweeney in ANYTHING GOES

BWW Countdown: You Tweeted, We Counted Your Favorite Sutton Foster Roles


No. 1 Millie Dillmount in THOROUGHLY MODERN MILLIE

BWW Countdown: You Tweeted, We Counted Your Favorite Sutton Foster Roles


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Matt Tamanini Matt is BroadwayWorld's Chief TV and Film critic. He also writes across other BWW sites, including BWW Orlando, and serves as BWW's Database Manager. He received a BA in Journalism/Communications from The Ohio State University and has worked in sports broadcasting, media relations, and journalism. He also has directed and/or produced over 30 plays and musicals, and is currently writing two plays of his own. You can connect with Matt through Twitter: @BWWMatt.