Historical Society Lawn Concert Will Commemorate 100th Anniversary of 19th Amendment

Gather friends, bring a picnic, and enjoy an evening of marvelous singing by Greenwich native Justine Goggin with music directed by world-class musicians Kreg Gottschall and Grammy-nominated Dr. Caroline Worra.

Ms. Goggin’s selections of show tunes, folk songs and contemporary hits for the August 26 concert will honor some of the greatest female songwriters of our time in celebration of the women’s suffrage centennial. 

For a festive touch, the Historical Society grounds will be lit up in purple and gold as part of the nationwide Forward into Light campaign to commemorate the passage of the 19th Amendment.

Registration is required as space as limited. Free for members, nonmembers: $20, or become a member for $25. Register online at greenwichhistory.org. VIP Bistro seating for 4 with appetizers and refreshments is available.  Masks are required inside the campus and suggested outdoors.

Justine Goggin was born and raised in Greenwich, where she first fell in love with music after seeing a local production of Annie.

Graduating from Dartmouth College, she began her career in musical theatre, performing in musicals, operas, and cabarets all around NYC, CT, NH, and CT, including Northern Stage, The Lincoln Center Library, Don’t Tell Mama, Opera North, and The Summer Theatre of New Canaan. Justine is co-founder of The Sappho Project, where she proudly serves as Artistic Director. The Sappho Project is a non-profit organization that seeks to bridge the gender gap in musical theatre by supporting women, trans, and gender non-conforming writers.

To learn more about their work, check out www.thesapphoproject.com. To learn more about Justine, you can visit www.justinegoggin.com or IG: @justine.goggin

Date: Wednesday, August 26
Greenwich Historical Society Lawn
47 Strickland Rd., Cos Cob
5:30 Grounds open for picnics, 6:30-8 pm ConcertTo RSVP: greenwichhistory.org