January 25, 2013 STAFF/STU

Incognito: Imagine Finding Out You Are Not the Person You Thought You Were

Tuesday, January 29, 2013
5 p.m.
Marinello Little Theater, Lombardo Student Center

Incognito is a one-hour theatrical presentation that takes audiences on a compelling journey while covering issues of race, identity, diversity, and stereotypes. Writer/actor Michael Fosberg inhabits over a dozen characters as he masterfully tells the true story of finding his biological father. Raised in a working-class white family, Michael discovers at age 32 that his long-lost father is actually African-American. This entertaining and enlightening tale of self-discovery challenges audiences to carefully examine their assumptions about others.

The Dr. Shirley S. Seaton Cultural Awareness Series is an invitation to an exploration of cultural differences and cultural issues of concern. All events aim to illuminate various cultural perspectives and deepen understandings of ways in which we are all diverse yet interconnected.

All events open to the public.

For more information:
www.jcu.edu/inclusion
216.397.4185
csdi@jcu.edu