Charlie (Charlotte Harrison) is the second cello of the Traveling Symphony and is a close friend of Kirsten’s and August’s. The three used to break into houses together, but Charlie and her husband Jeremy stopped in St. Deborah by the Water sometime in Year Eighteen so that their child wouldn’t be born on the road. Her absence when the Symphony returns to St. Deborah by the Water is alarming and first raises the Symphony’s suspicions about the Prophet.
The timeline below shows where the character Charlie (Charlotte Harrison) appears in Station Eleven. The colored dots and icons indicate which themes are associated with that appearance.
...strangers, along with Maria, whom she recognizes as the local midwife. Maria tells Kirsten that Charlie and Jeremy (the sixth guitar) had their child (Annabel), and that they had to leave.... (full context)
...was a cryptic “change in management,” after which some twenty families left the town, including Charlie and the sixth guitar. Kirsten informs the Symphony that she learned there is a prophet... (full context)
...settlements Kirsten has seen. August takes Sayid to the infirmary, and Kirsten lies down in Charlie’s tent. The two friends discuss Kirsten’s need of a new knife tattoo, Dieter’s death, and... (full context)