Mouri (left) stands beside Caroline Innerbichler (Ariel) and fellow castmember, Mathias Anderson. Chanhassen’s production of “The Little Mermaid” is the first time the show has been performed in the Midwest.
Wes Mouri and Julianne Mundale perform together during a dance number. “The Little Mermaid” features all of the songs from the Disney movie, as well as 10 originals written for the theater adaptation.
Arden Hills resident Wes Mouri graduated from Bethel University in 2012 with a bachelor’s degree in theatre arts.
“The Little Mermaid” is his third production at Chanhassen Dinner Theatres.
Wes Mouri (far left) performs as part of “The Little Mermaid” ensemble. In addition to being part of the ensemble, Mouri is an understudy for the evil eel Jetsam.
Some actors just can’t catch a break. They work in theater for years, dealing with rejection and struggling to make their “big break.”
Wes Mouri just can’t catch a break, but not in the same way: he’s worked nearly nonstop since he graduated from college two years ago.
An elite group of nearly 20 Midland University students were inducted into the Cardinal Key National Honor Society recently. In order to qualify for the prestigious club, a student must have a scholastic average of 3.5 or above.
The National Multiple Sclerosis Society, Upper Midwest Chapter has named Jim Daly of Little Canada, Minn., the Leadership Volunteer All Star Award winner for his dedication to the Society for the past 15 years.
Artful Journeys brought artists Peyton Russell (left) and Wing Young Huie (right) to the Roseville Area School District, funded by a Minnesota State Arts Board Arts Learning Grant. The two artists worked with students at Roseville Area High School and Fairview Alternative School and were at the Roseville Library on Feb. 13 to talk about the art projects. The graffiti mural that was created by Roseville Area High School students is on permanent display at the Ramsey County Library in Roseville in the teen area.
Two Roseville Area High School seniors have been invited to participate in the prestigious Presidential Scholars Program. (submitted photo)
Roseville Area High School seniors Hanna Melin and Kendra Bergstedt have been invited to participate in the prestigious Presidential Scholars Program.
Students are selected from across the nation to participate in the program based on their exceptional SAT and/or ACT scores.
Volunteer Alison Demir explained how a turtle recovers from injuries during the open house at the Wildlife Rehabilitation Center.
Wildlife Rehabilitation Center nursery assistant, Colly, explained how x-rays play a role in healing the wounded animals at the center.
Rowan Nesser, 5, had one of the volunteers at the Wildlife Rehabilitation Center wrap the paw of a pretend injured animal while at the open house.
The Wildlife Rehabilitation Center in Roseville held its annual open house on Feb. 9. Visitors followed the path an injured animal takes while at the center and all the other procedures and services that are available. photos by Linda E.
Taylor Breid, 8, from Roseville’s Cub Scout Pack 150, tried his luck in the 17th Annual Northwest District 2014 Ice Fishing Contest on Feb. 1 at the Snail Lake Regional Park in Shoreview. (Linda E. Andersen/Review)
Roseville Area Schools teacher Jenny Eckman was recently chosen as one of only 32 teachers from across the nation to receive a highly selective scholarship that will allow her to attend an Engineering is Elementary conference at the Museum of Science in Boston.
The Arctic Circle of Life was one the many snow sculptures that were being worked on Jan. 25 at the state fairgrounds. (photos by Linda E. Andersen/Review)
Dusty Thune worked on his snow sculpture, House of Thune, during the Winter Carnival’s snow sculpting contest on Jan. 25. Snow sculptures are on display at the Minnesota State Fairgrounds this week during the Winter Carnival.
Winter Carnival attendees raced down the sledding hill on Jan. 25 in Falcon Heights.