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Inquiry welcomes ADAM ZAHLER, a member of Stage Directors and Choreographers and a freelance director and actor. He is now an Assistant Professor of Theatre in the Visual and Performing Arts Department at Worcester State College. Professor Zahler offers a real insider’s view of theatre life. He describes what the main duty of a director should be and how he personally accomplishes that daunting task. Adam also talks about his fascinating experiences directing productions in New York, Boston, Russia and Edinburgh Fringe Festival in Scotland. His current production of Moliere’s classic TARTUFFE will begin at Worcester State April 15. For further information, call: 508 929 8843 or http://www.worcester.edu/VPADept/default.aspx . If you love the theatre, don’t miss tonight’s show!