Michael Fosberg has been working to create a national dialogue on race and identity since 2001 with his one-man autobiographical play Incognito. This powerful and thought-provoking show is about the search for his biological father and the discovery of a rich, black heritage. Michael has performed the play throughout the U.S. at hundreds of arts venues, schools, corporations and government agencies, including Sundance Institute, NASA, Social Security Administration, National U.S. Army Training Center at Ft. Irwin, and Black Academy of Arts & Letters. As part of his presentations, he leads insightful post-performance discussions on diversity, identity and race. His memoir, Incognito was recently released in February of 2011.