The 3 Divas Valentine's Day concert

February 7, 2012 6:55:49 AM PST
A special one night only concert featuring The 3 Divas-- Susie McMonagle, Heidi Kettenring and Christine Sherrill-- is taking place next Tuesday, February 14th

These celebrated women of song have graced countless stages in Chicago, on Broadway, and around the country. Now performing together for the very first time, this trio will explore the romantic side of the American Songbook in a Valentine's Day cabaret concert.

8PM Concert
Northlight Theatre
9501 Skokie Blvd

Tickets for The 3 Divas are $35 and are available by phone, 847.673.6300, or online at

More about the "Divas":

Susie McMonagle. Broadway: Fantine in Les Miserables. First National tours: Billy Elliot (Mrs. Wilkinson and Mum). Other National Tours include Mamma Mia! (Donna), Les Miserables (Fantine), The Secret Garden and The Sound of Music. Regional credits include: Rock n Roll (Candida) at the Goodman Theater, Man of La Mancha (M. Bane) at the Court Theater, Sideshow (Daisy) and At Wits End (Jane Grant) at Northlight Theatre. Chicago credits: Indian Ink (Flora), Dirty Blonde (Mae), Spitfire Grill (Shelby), Annie Get Your Gun (Annie), Miss Saigon (Ellen), Anything Goes (Reno), Cats (Grizabella), Evita (Eva Peron) and Chess (Florence). 9 Joseph Jefferson nominations, After Dark Awards, Critic's Circle Award. BFA Stephens College.

Heidi Kettenring is, perhaps, best known for her three year stay as Nessarose in Chicago's production of the Broadway musical Wicked. Other Chicagoland credits include work with Drury Lane Oakbrook Terrace, Chicago Shakepeare Theatre, Northlight Theatre, Writers' Theatre, Marriott Theatre in Lincolnshire, Court Theatre, Drury Lane Evergreen Park, Theatre At The Center, and American Theatre Company. Regionally she has appeared at Theatre Works in Palo Alto, Peninsula Players and Bar Harbor Theatre, and she spent one year on the road with Disney's Beauty and the Beast. Heidi has also sung concerts for the Ravinia festival in Chicago, the Chicago Symphony Orchestra and the Pensacola Symphony and can be heard singing on a Disney Princess children's book. She is a 4 time Jeff Award Nominee, an After Dark Award Winner, the recipient of the Sarah Siddons' Chicago Leading Lady Award, and a proud graduate of Northwestern University.

Christine Sherrill has performed nationally with the tour of Mamma Mia! (Tanya). Regionally, she was most recently seen in Million Dollar Quartet here in Chicago where she played Dyanne and the Goodman Theatre's A Christmas Carol (Mrs. Cratchit). Other Chicago credits include: Georgia Hendricks in the regional premiere of Curtains, Fraulein Kost in Cabaret (Drury Lane Theatre); Joan in Anyone Can Whistle (Ravinia Festival); Ms. Sandra in All Shook Up, Celeste in Once Upon a Time in New Jersey (Marriott Theatre) for which she received a Jeff Award Nomination; Lena Lamont in Singin' in the Rain (Drury Lane Evergreen Park and Chicago Center for the Performing Arts) for which she received an After Dark Award as well as a Jeff Nomination; Nurse/Actress in Hello Again (Apple Tree); and Pennywise in Urinetown.