Michael Fosberg to perform play 'Incognito' at Penn State Schuylkill

Michael Fosberg has been helping American audiences confront the issure of race and identity head on throught his one-man, autobiographical play "Incognito" for nearly a decade. At 34, Fosberg began a search for his biological father. When his father revealed in their first phone converation that he is black, Fosberg quickly discovered the quest for his long-lost father would result not only in the discovery of a new branch of his family tree but of a new heritage and idea of self. That life-changing revelation, resulted in the creation of his one-man play, "Incognito." The show has been heralded as an "engrossing and deeply moving trip, for both the audience and the performer" by the Chicago Tribune.

The program will be presented at 7 p.m. Feb. 7, in Penn State Schuylkill's Morgan Auditorium, and is free and open to the public. For more information, please contact Valerie Clay at 570-385-6246.

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Last Updated February 07, 2013