Wendy Lement co-founded Theatre Espresso in 1992. She is also a Professor of Theatre and Chair of the Theatre Department at Regis College in Weston, MA, where she has directed thirty productions, including: Dancing at Lughnasa, Importance of Being Earnest, The Good Woman of Setzuan, Goodnight Desdemona (Good Morning Juliet), and Steel Magnolias, which won a Moss Hart Award. Her production of The House of Bernarda Alba won the 2000 New England Region's American College Theatre Festival, sponsored by the Kennedy Center. She is co-author of And Justice for Some: Exploring American Justice through Drama and Theatre, published by Heinemann Press (2005). Wendy's children's book, Keri Tarr: Cat Detective, was published by Breakaway Books (2004). Her plays include: Woman with the Red Kerchief, Salem's Daughters, King George III vs. Ruth Blay, Voicings: The Story of the Rosenberg Case, Dolphins: The Myth of Persephone, The Legend of the Christmas Rose, and Keri Tarr: Cat Detective (based on her children's book), which won the American Alliance for Theatre and Education's 2002 Unpublished Playreading Project. Wendy holds a Ph.D. in Educational Theatre from New York University.