Committee Chairs:

We thank the following people for their commitment to WDLT and willingness to lend a helping hand in the following capacities:


Artistic Directors:  Joseph Zachowski & Laura Trace
Historian: Elaine Thiemich
Xerox Technician: Joseph Schramm
Traveling Group Advisor: Susan White Schramm

​Awards Ceremony: Laura Trace

​Costumes: Julianna Vernacchio 

​Corporate Sponsorships: Faith Bantivoglio

Fundraising Coordinator: Lisa Legg

Make Up: Laura Trace

​Music: Molly McDonald

Parades: Anne Sanders

Parent Association: Colleen Hoang

PProps: Rose Cairns

Registration: Holly Kilpatrick & Kelly Bain

Sets: Scott Lebeau

Summer Kitchen Manager: Linda Fennimore

Tickets: Marianne Kennedy




















Compliance Officer, Amy Leso
Amy is a 30+ year member of WDLT and has worked with the group as performer, director, stage manager and costume manager.  She is a graduate of Glassboro State College with a degree in Elementary Education and Child Drama.  She currently teaches in Washington Township at Orchard Valley Middle School as a Drama and English teacher.  She is also the advisor for the Drama Club, Stage Crew and Panther Pride Club.  She is also active in West Deptford Township as the assistant Girls Soccer coach at WDHS, chairman of West Deptford Family Fun Day and as the director of the Miss West Deptford Township Scholarship Pageant.  She is also a member of the West Deptford Recreation Advisory Board.  She also holds a Registered Municipal Clerk License and is the Township Clerk for West Deptford Township.  
Director of Public Relations, Lisa Rohrman

BIO coming soon......

Production Manager, Jeff Bettencourt

Jeff is a resident lighting designer for Starlite Productions of Moorestown, New Jersey. He has been working with live theatre for over 15 years and has designed lights for musicals, plays, bands, fashion and talent shows all over Southern Jersey and Philly.  Gloucester County College, Rowan University, Gloucester Catholic High School, Broadway Theatre of Pitman, Starlite Productions and Stage Krew Productions are just some of the schools and companies Jeff has done work for.  Jeff has been part of West Deptford Little Theatre for 10 years and has enjoyed working with such a family oriented group.

Grant Funding, Floriana Webb

BIO  coming soon.......


Secretary, Marianne Kennedy

BIO AND PHOTO coming soon.......

Treasurer, Sue Vernacchio
For many years now, Sue has had the pleasure of watching her daughter step through the ranks of WDLT, and now Sue herself has taken on a larger role. In 2013, Sue stepped in to take over the position of Treasurer.  She surrounds herself with children, as her daytime career involves running a preschool.  Sue is wife to Sal and mom to daughter Juliana and son Sal. 
Vice-President/Director, Laura Lynn Trace

Laura has been a member of WDLT for over 40 years.  From singer, actress, dancer, to Miss WDLT,  backstage work, makeup application and finally choreography, directing, and sitting on the Board.  She still loves to participate in Community Theatre whenever her schedule allows.  Now Laura’s four children are part of this theatre family, too.  Theatre is her passion, and she revels in sharing it with the up and coming generations!

Voting Board of Directors:


President/Director, Joseph W. Schramm

Email: jschramm@wdltproductions.com

Son of Joe and Susan Schramm, Joe has been involved in WDLT since birth!  He started on stage at only a few weeks old, he did the whole acting & singing thing for a long, long time then decided to work behind the scenes as sound director. He started doing sound at the age of 12 yrs. old and has continued ever since. Joe has been a member of the board of directors for the last 13 years or so, now holding the position of President.  He is currently employed full time with the Gloucester County Office of Emergency Response as a Communications Officer for GC Police Dispatch, and works part time in the Woodbury Police Department office as well.


Township Representative, Mary Lebeau

Mary Dixon Lebeau was the very first Best Actress of WDLT- back in the days when the kids voted on awards themselves and when we met at Cassabians' house and painted sets in their driveways. Yes, she's old, but still spry enough to attend Rec Committee meetings and grouse about the sets being painted in her driveway.