Oliver Twist. Still, her managers at the prestigious Park Theatre in New York believed Charlotte too ugly, too masculine-looking to be a star and cast her in small roles, and did not give her a cut of the ticket sales as they would with a true star.
Charlotte's friend, the British star William Macready, explained that American theatres wouldn't appreciate her fully until she received the European stamp of approval.
Convinced, Charlotte began to save her wages for a voyage to London. But even when she had the money she hesitated. For the first time, Charlotte was in love.Rosalie Sully was the daughter of the famous American portrait artist Thomas Sully.Read more on advocate.com