MARBLE BUILDING, CORNER OF BROADWAY AND ANN STREETS.
MISS MARY ANN GANON, the distinguished and highly popular Actress of all work, (known as La Petite Elssler,) every evening during the week.
The public is respectfully informed that the Manager has effected an engagement with the above distinguished and unrivalled Actress, who, in connection with Mr. W., will appear as above, in the Saloons of the Museum, commencing at a quarter past 8 o’clock, precisely.
ACTRESS OF ALL WORK!
In which Mary Gannon will sustain Six Characters.
Maria, (an actress of provincial celebrity) . . . . . . Miss Gannon
Bridget (a country [Illegible]) . . . . . . Miss Gannon!
Flourish (a first-rate London actress, cousin to Bridget) . . . . . . Miss Gannon!!
[Illegible] (a deaf, amorous old lady of 80) . . . . . . Miss Gannon!!!!
[Illegible] (a literary fop) . . . . . . Miss Gannon!!!!!
[Illegible] Josephine (an Opera Dancer from Paris, in which she will introduce a Dance from La Bayadère) . . . . . . Miss Gannon!!!!!!!
The museum is open for the inspection of visitors every day from 9 o’clock A.M. until 10 P.M. Day visitors admitted in the evening free.
New-York Tribune 5/20/1841. Print.