And no, Drescher received’t be taking the stage as her ’90s sitcom incarnation Fran Fine.
“I actually can’t sing,” Drescher stated on in the present day’s episode of ABC’s The View. “This goes to be a really heavy singing half, so we’re going to have to search out principally the following Barbra Streisand, I feel.”
Drescher, who’s writing the present’s e-book along with her The Nanny co-creator Peter Marc Jacobson, first revealed the event of a musical adaptation greater than a 12 months in the past. At that point, Crazy Ex-Girlfriend‘s Rachel Bloom and Fountains of Wayne’s Adam Schlesinger have been set to jot down the music, however Schlesinger died a number of months later of Covid-19 on the age of 52.
Bloom stays on board the Nanny musical workforce. She and Schlesinger, together with Jack Dolgen, received a 2019 Emmy for his or her Crazy Ex-Girlfriend music.
Asked concerning the musical throughout her View look in the present day, Drescher stated, “It’s been very unhappy to see New York with out the theater group, which is actually such a pulse for the town, and I’m very, very thrilled we’re popping out the opposite facet and that theater is coming again and we’ll be nearly able to launch The Nanny musical on Broadway as properly.”