Imagine discovering you are not the person you thought you were. That you have a family, a history, an ethnicity you never knew. How would this discovery impact your life, the lives of those around you; your vision of yourself and society?
Chicagoan Michael Fosberg has been facing these questions since 1992, when after having spent 32 years growing up in a middle-class white family, he discovered he is black. Fosberg shares these discoveries in Incognito, an amazing solo-show named by the Chicago Tribune as "one of the top theatrical events of the 2001 season." He has since toured the show nationally in theaters, high schools, colleges, and performing arts centers throughout the country.