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Mandi Mueller

Fraulein Kost/Fritzie

Mandi has called New Orleans home for the past 12 years now. After graduating from Northwestern State University, she began traveling the world performing for veterans and active duty military as a one of the original three Victory Belles at The National WWII Museum. She has been featured in countless productions in the New Orleans area and in April, she will be back on the Rivertown stage as Janet van de Graaf in The Drowsy Chaperone. During the day Mandi is a member of the Solomon Group team, a fabrication production company that specializes in live events and themed entertainment. She is thrilled to be making her Rivertown debut and to be a part of this incredibly talented cast and crew. Mandi would like to thank her husband John and one year old daughter Emma for holding down the fort while Mommy was in rehearsals. You both took on the task with nothing but support and made it look easy. And if anything ever did go wrong… “don’t tell mama.”