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Thursday October 27, 2016 from 4:30 PM to 6:00 PM EDT
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Arline & Henry Schwartzman Courtyard at RWJUH 
1 Robert Wood Johnson Place
New Brunswick, NJ 08901

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Jeannette Evans 
Rutgers Robert Wood Johnson Medical School 

Grand Rounds: A Study of Mood Disorders in The Phantom of the Opera

Join us for a special Grand Rounds event, presenting Andrew Lloyd Weber's The Phantom of the Opera as a fictional case study of mood disorders.

The hour-long presentation will identify and discuss five scenes from the musical, each of which will be presented as (1) a first-person account from Ms. Julia Udine in character as Christine Daaé and (2) a third-person perspective through the lens of a psychiatrist, Anthony Tobia, MD. Ms. Udine will be accompanied on piano by Shawen M. Ilaria, MD, chief resident, psychiatry.

Note: Parking for this event is available for a nominal charge at the Paterson Street Deck, located at 124 Paterson Street, New Brunswick (directly across from the medical school's Clinical Academic Building). Additional information about fees and directions can be found on the New Brunswick Parking Authority's parking locator page online here.

Julia Udine About Our Guest Presenter:
Julia Udine is fresh off her Broadway debut in the hit musical The Phantom of the Opera, where she had played the lead Christine Daaé since 2015. She also played the role in the North American tour of the musical.

Her theater credits include Jack's Back (Jenny) and West Side Story (Maria). She has also had roles on TV's Law and Order: SVU and All My Children.