Frm: Cat Hampton

Hello everyone. 

I would love to invite you to an upcoming show that I and my colleague Louise Vogel are presenting on Wednesday, March 27 at 1 pm on Zoom. We are very excited to be bringing to life six remarkable women of San Francisco’s past, in honor of Women’s History Month.

You can read all about it below. The registration link is provided. The program is free on Zoom. Please feel free to share this invitation with anyone you might know who would enjoy an afternoon of theatre and women’s herstory.

Thanks so much!

Women of Worth: The Legacies of Six Influential Women of Historic SF — HERstory

Wednesday, March 27, 20241:00 – 2:30 PM/Pacific Time
Performed by Louise Vogel & Catherine Hampton- FREE. Everyone is welcome. Advance registration required. Location: On Zoom. Zoom link will be emailed after you register & in a reminder the day before.
CLICK HERE TO REGISTER FOR WOMEN OF WORTH ON 3/27 AT 1pm/Pacific Time If link above does not work, go to the NEXT Village event calendar at & click on the Women of Worth event on 3/27.——–Performance Description:In celebration of Women’s History Month, Catherine Hampton and Louise Vogel are presenting their latest original HERstory performance. This series illustrates the lives of historical women who made a difference, in spite of the obstacles and challenges of their times. This Zoom premiere of their next HERstory show is set during the 1915 San Francisco Pan Pacific International Exposition (PPIE).
Women of Worth chronicles the inspiring lives of six unique women who had strong convictions in achieving their goals and who displayed great power and courage during the early 20th century, a time when women didn’t even have the right to vote.

Cat brings to life Julia Morgan (an architect); Louise, Lotta Crabtree (an actress), Cat, Ina Coolbrith (a poet/librarian), Louise, Lillie Coit (a patron of the SF Fire Department) & Alma Spreckels (a young social rebel and art lover), and Cat, Phoebe Hearst (a SF grand dame of social causes). Each woman was a precious gem, whose legacy provided an inspirational and undeniable luster and link to the success of the 1915 World’s Fair and to the positive evolution of the Jewel City of San Francisco and beyond.

Join us for this entertaining and educational trip back into San Francisco’s past, and into the lives of some of the most fascinating women of the time who played instrumental roles in making our San Francisco a world class city. You are invited to stay after the show for Q&A or to share thoughts about the actors or characters they portrayed.

CLICK HERE TO REGISTER If link above does not work, go to the NEXT Village event calendar at & click on the Women of Worth event on 3/27.____________This series is hosted by NEXT Village’s District 2 University (D2U), whose programs serving the community are funded by the City of San Francisco’s Department of Disability and Aging Services. If you are a San Francisco senior and want to know more about NEXT Village member benefits, visit our website at