Hodges University to host one-man play on race and self-discovery
Hodges University will host Michael Fosberg as he performs his one-man autobiographical play “Incognito” on Friday, April 10, 2015, beginning at 6:00 P.M. It will be held at the Hodges University Naples Campus, 2655 Northbrooke Drive.
Through the use of an entertaining one-man play, “Incognito” has proven to be a one of a kind program used by educational institutions, corporations, government agencies, military bases and not-for-profits. The presentation is a dynamic and dramatic teaching tool that creates safe, non-threatening and meaningful dialogue on issues of unconscious bias, micro-inequities, cultural competency, diversity, identity and race.
Fosberg’s uniquely refreshing approach utilizes methods of interpersonal contact theory, storytelling and enjoyably engaging interactive methods in challenging people’s preconceived perceptions about difficult issues. Whether it is issues of cultural competency, uncovering biases, defining the harmful effects of micro-inequities, or simply giving people the space to discover all the ways in which we have similarities, “Incognito” succeeds where others don’t.
For ticket information, contact Gail Williams at firstname.lastname@example.org or (239) 598-6135.