THE SCREENING ROOM: Our Favorite Marin Mazzie Musical Moments (Video)

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Tony Award nominee Marin Mazzie is running a tight ship as Margaret White, the religiously fanatic mother in the Off-Broadway revival of Carrie, which officially opens March 1 at the Lucille Lortel Theatre.

With a Broadway career that has spanned Passion to Kiss, Me Kate, Next to Normal and Ragtime, Playbill.com put together some of our favorite musical moments from Mazzie's career.

Mazzie will also be joined by her husband, actor Jason Danieley, for Playbill's Broadway on the High Seas 2 cruise. Click here to check it out.

Joining a host of divas for "Sondheim: The Birthday Celebration" with the New York Philharmonic. Mazzie sings "Losing My Mind" from Follies.

The Rodgers and Hart classic "Bewitched" as part of "Divas, A Celebration at Carnegie Hall."

"Happiness" with Jere Shea in the opening scene from Stephen Sondheim and James Lapine's Passion.

Belting out "Unexpected Song" as part of an Andrew Lloyd Webber montage with Judy Kuhn and Audra McDonald.

"I Love You Once in Silence" from the New York Philharmonic presentation of Camelot.

Performing Scott Burkell and Paul Loesel's "A Sorta Love Song" at Birdland.

With Tony winner Brian Stokes Mitchell performing "So In Love" from Kiss, Me Kate on the "Rosie O'Donnell Show."

Mazzie speaks with Playbill.com about originating the role of Clara in Passion in this new feature for the Playbill Vault.

A look at the Off-Broadway production of Carrie including Mazzie's performances of "And Eve Was Weak" and "When There's No One."

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