Shami McCormick (Artistic Director) Shami McCormick stepped into the Depot Theatre for what she thought would be one season (1980); three children and three decades later, she is still [happily] there. Shami is a member of Actors' Equity Association and the American Federation of Television and Radio Actors and has appeared in several Depot productions throughout the years. She is the spiritual grandmother of five Newfoundland dogs , an avid gardener and sometime writer. She would like you to know that none of what you see at the Depot would have been possible without Carol Buchanan, an extraordinary woman who thought that starting a theatre in a train station funded by Wednesday Night Bingo was an obvious [and necessary] endeavor.
Angel Wuellner (Managing Director) Angel Wuellner has been working in the theatre industry for the past twenty years, as an administrator, stage manager, director, and actor. Most recently, Angel worked at Actors' Equity Association in the Auditions Department. She has worked with The Vineyard Theatre (NYC), Clarence Brown Theatre, Actors Co-op, Tennessee Stage Company, and Smoky Mountain Shakespeare Festival. Angel is the founder of PromCon, an organization that collects prom dresses for underprivileged young women. She is a proud graduate of NYU’s Performing Arts Administration Masters’ Program and of Northern Kentucky University’s theatre department. Angel serves on Advisory Board for the Young Professionals of the Actors Fund and the Board of the Westport Chamber of Commerce.