Next to Normal Tony winner Alice Ripley is playing another afflicted mother these days, but this time, she’s bloodthirsty! Ripley is appearing as Margaret White in a Seattle Theatre Group mounting of Carrie, the infamous Broadway flop adaptation of Stephen King’s bestselling horror novel. In a performance on Seattle’s New Day, Ripley takes to the stage to sing “When There’s No One,” one of the show's more memorable tunes. After the performance, the Broadway star sits down to chat about her theatrical experiences and the challenges of taking on an iconic character. Check it all out below!