WHO would have thought a chance night out would lead to this.
Here we are a year on, with the man himself who brought ON3 co-founders together.
We debut with Jerome Farah’s ‘Mikey Might’, pouring his soul out at Brunswick’s RAY cafe.
A joint hit up for years by Jerome, our crew met here often to catch-up and collab, quickly becoming our go-to-spot. Impacted severely by Covid-19, it was a no-brainer that our first production would include the venue, supporting our local fam.
"Way too white to be a black kid, right? / Not enough to live that white kid life / Am I ever gonna quite feel right?"
A moving performance as Jerome intimately reflects upon the struggle of identity, in a society inherently prejudiced by their flawed fear of multiculturalism.