Diversity Training that makes a Dramatic Point.
“Talking about race and inclusion can be so polarizing…my presentation helps foster more candid dialogue.”
Incognito IS NOT a webinar, PowerPoint, lecture, speaker or game/role playing presentation.
Incognito IS a dynamic & dramatic teaching tool. Award-winning actor/writer Michael Fosberg’s autobiographical play, Incognito, takes diversity training to a dramatically different level. His extraordinary story is engaging on a deeply personal level because it explores how quickly and easily perceptions can be challenged. After thirty years of thinking he was “white”, Michael uncovers his biological father and discovers he is “black”. The result is a deeply moving one-man performance that has broad-based appeal with corporate audiences.
The 90-minute presentation requires minimal tech support and can be “staged” in a conference room of 50 to 500.
Having presented hundreds of shows over the years has armed him with the knowledge and expertise to probe audience response and keep the dialogue moving in a non-threatening and constructive way.
“The presentation created many openings for introspection, and I found the presentation method both a welcome change from lecture approach and much more conducive to maintaining interest and creating food for thought.”
“We expected approximately 225 employees for both sessions, we ended up with 300 for the morning and close to 400 for the afternoon. In fact, several people who attended the morning returned for the afternoon!”
“The feedback I have received from the performances has been outstanding. Every level of the crew has sounded in with an overwhelming positive response. Fantastic job!”
“This is the best session I’ve ever attended!”
“This story is a great way to teach diversity.”
“Unique and remarkable.”
Call 773-856-3399 for bookings and additional information
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