The Space Between
Richmond Hill Performing Arts Centre
10268 Yonge Street
Wednesday, August 23rd 2017 | 6pm
The Space Between is a heartfelt indie comedy written and directed by actor turned director Amy Jo Johnson (Flashpoint, Power Rangers, Felicity) When Mitch (Michael Cram), a proud new father, discovers that his baby isn’t his, he leaves his small-town and sets out on a journey to find the baby’s true daddy and ultimately what it means to be a father.
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2013 Canadian Screen Award Nominee, Michael Cram, has been a fixture in Canadian film and television for over 15 years. He's best known as Kevin 'Wordy' Wordsworth from the hit television series, “Flashpoint”, popular in Canada, the United States and over 70 countries around the world; and also as Season 4 bad guy, Kevin Ford, on ABC’s hit show “Rookie Blue”. Movie credits include Repo Men with Jude Law, Defendor with Woody Harrelson, Be My Valentine with William Baldwin as well as the 2013 TIFF hit, Empire of Dirt. Michael’s most recent TV appearances include “Remedy”, “Arrow” and “Bones".
Amy Jo Johnson
Johnson is a multi-faceted artist with over twenty years experience in the entertainment industry. Working successfully as an actress for more than two decades, Johnson is most known for her roles as Julie Emrick on the critically-acclaimed series Felicity, and Jules Callaghan on the award-winning Canadian series Flashpoint.
Sonya Salomaa is a multi-award winning Canadian actor who has most recently been seen recurring on BBC America's “Intruders” as well the third season of Netflix/AMC's “The Killing”. You will see her next on Hallmark's “Cedar Cove” and in Lifetime's newest drama series “UN-Real”. In 2013 she filmed a supporting role in the feature film Cut Bank, alongside Liam Hemsworth and John Malkovich. She has been a series lead on several hit Canadian TV series including the critically acclaimed “Durham County”. “The Guard” and “The Collector”. Sonya is proud to be a part of the Canadian film industry and looks forward to many more years of continued success.
A seasoned character actor with a devoted cult following, Michael Ironside has starred in more than 125 feature films. Born in Canada, he studied at the Ontario College of Art and Canadian National Film Board. After working on numerous Canadian film and television productions, both in front of and behind the camera, he came to the forefront in David Cronenberg’s sci-fi hit Scanners (1981), garnering a Genie Award for Best Supporting Actor (one of multiple nominations and awards in an incredible career).