Oh, boy. This can't end well.
You already know that Charlotte, as a maid, is totally not invited to this ball.
You saw a ventriloquist show at the theatre when you were in the city? His name is Charles Andress?
Wow. I didn't know that kind of entertainment existed back then. Let me look into it.
In the mid 1800s, when you currently exist, this Canadian ventriloquist is perfecting his skill as an entertainer on stage, as you have seen.
Charles Andress was born in 1852 and is a magician with his "Carnival of Novelties" show. He began performing at the age of 10. and will tour for more than 50 years.
In 1882, his new show will be called "Andress Big Circus and Two Hemisphere Menagerie".
Around 1840 in America, Jonathan Harrington held the title of the being the best ventriloquist in the United States.
As the art of ventriloquism became more popular, a woman by the name of Madeline Rosa became the first lady ventriloquist in 1881.
In the earlier part of the 20th century, ventriloquist Edgar Bergen and his well-known sidekick, Charlie McCarthy, will become extremely successful, popularizing the comedic form of ventriloquism. Together, they will host a radio program that will be broadcast from 1937 until 1956, becoming the most popular program on the evenings it aired.
Bergen will continue to perform until his death in 1978.
In the 21st century, Jeffrey "Jeff" Dunham will become a very well-known ventriloquist, appearing in many television shows as well as "The Jeff Dunham Show".
Credited with reviving ventriloquism, he will be lauded for promoting the art form more than any other performer and will become a very high paid comedian.