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Matt Boresi is a librettist and theater instructor and holds an MFA from the NYU Tisch School of the Arts. He received the ASCAP Max Dreyfus Award, and is an IL Lincoln Laureate. Matt is acting instructor for the North Central College Musical Theatre Workshop. Boresi has also worked as a resident librettist at the Lark Theatre and Manhattan Opera Theatre. His work has been performed by MOT, The French Institute, Tanglewood, and at the NOA and OPERA America National Conventions. His translation of "Quando M'en Vo'" was featured in Bronx Opera's La Boheme. Boresi and Hilliard’s "Don Imbroglio – An Opera You Can’t Refuse," enjoyed an acclaimed run in the Off-Broadway N.Y. Musical Theatre Festival.
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Conference participants Andrew Emil, Benjie Hughes, Bob Baker, Lisa Canning, and Matt Boresi address a question from an audience member inquiring about the need for an attorney and accountant. The panelists agree that it is essential to have to both, and explain the many ways in which these professionals are worthwhile investments.



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February 2008
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