She acted in Robert Smythe Hichens and James Bernard Fagan's play, "Bella Donna," at the St. James's Theatre in London, England with George Alexander and Charles Maude in the cast.
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Stella Patrick Campbell
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[on playing the Palace Theater in New York] It was demanding - but very rewarding. I learned so much watching the other artists. I found out that you have to be awfully good in vaudeville. It is a real taskmaster because there are so many acts in it, like slack-wire artists, for instance, that require absolute perfection.
When she was publishing some of his letters to her, George Bernard Shaw was angered and would not help her when she had financial problems.