AMCNO and AMEF Sponsor Doc Opera

Doc Opera is a collaborative fundraiser and musical production organized by the students and faculty of Case Western Reserve University (CWRU) and the Cleveland Clinic. The show's primary mission is to raise funds to provide quality healthcare and related services to individuals and families in our community regardless of their ability to pay through Doc Opera’s beneficiaries: The Free Medical Clinic of Greater Cleveland (“The Free Clinic”) and the CWRU Student-Run Free Clinic.

It also provides a venue for creative expression and interprofessionalism among the medical and health professional students of Cleveland. Drawing talent from multiple health graduate programs, all components of Doc Opera are written, directed, and performed by students and faculty to create a memorable night of skits, musical performances, and dances about medicine and healthcare. 

Doc Opera 2015: Thoracic Park

December 4, 2015

John Hay High School Auditorium

2075 Stokes Blvd

Cleveland, OH 44106


6 p.m. Pre-Show Reception

7 p.m. Show

10 p.m. Dessert Reception


To purchase tickets, make a donation, or for more information, visit the Doc Opera website:

Doc Opera is sponsored by Case Western Reserve University, the Cleveland Clinic, the Cleveland School of Science and Medicine, the Academy of Medicine of Cleveland & Northern Ohio, the Academy of Medicine Education Foundation, and Fiji Water.

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