THE SCREENING ROOM: 2014 Tony-Nominated Best Leading Actress in a Musical, The Bridges of Madison County's Kelli O'Hara

Kelli O'Hara received a 2014 Tony nomination for her performance in the Jason Robert Brown/Marsha Norman musical The Bridges of Madison County.

O'Hara received her first Tony nomination for her performance in The Light in the Piazza in 2005. She was also Tony-nominated for her work in The Pajama Game, South Pacific and Nice Work If You Can Get It.

Jason Robert Brown composed the music for the role of Francesca, the devoted Iowa housewife in Bridges, specifically with O'Hara in mind.

Click through to see some of O'Hara's performances throughout the years.

"To Build a Home" from The Bridges of Madison County

"That's How I Say Goodbye" from Sweet Smell of Success

Kelli and Greg Naughton perform "Fine" from Adam Gwon's Ordinary Days

"Not a Love Story" by Kait Kerrigan and Brian Lowdermilk

Kelli O'Hara performs "What I Did for Love" with Audra McDonald, Megan Hilty, Raul Esparza, Brian D'Arcy James, Maria Friedman, Beth Behrs, Josh Groban and The New York Philharmonic

Kelli O'Hara sings "There Once Was a Man" with Harry Conick Jr.

Kelli O'Hara and Matt Bomer sing "It Only Takes a Moment" at the Kennedy Center Honors

"The Bench Scene" from Carousel

Kelli O'Hara discusses playing Billie Bendix in Nice Work If You Can Get It

"Tell Me Something I Don't Know" at Joe's Pub

Balcony Scene from West Side Story with Matthew Morrison

"You're The Top" with Jason Danieley

Kelli O'Hara sings the National Anthem at Yankee Stadium

"Make Someone Happy" at Defying Inequality