Christian Doyle as Ron (from left), Leah Scofield as Waverly, Hanna Poppit as Joyce Carol Oates, Maggie Furguson-Wagstaffe as Nancy, Mark Alford as Andrew in Harlequin Productions’ “Recent Tragic Events,” a comedy that takes place the day after the 9/11 attacks.
Christian Doyle as Ron (from left), Leah Scofield as Waverly, Hanna Poppit as Joyce Carol Oates, Maggie Furguson-Wagstaffe as Nancy, Mark Alford as Andrew in Harlequin Productions’ “Recent Tragic Events,” a comedy that takes place the day after the 9/11 attacks. Scot Whitney Courtesy
Christian Doyle as Ron (from left), Leah Scofield as Waverly, Hanna Poppit as Joyce Carol Oates, Maggie Furguson-Wagstaffe as Nancy, Mark Alford as Andrew in Harlequin Productions’ “Recent Tragic Events,” a comedy that takes place the day after the 9/11 attacks. Scot Whitney Courtesy

Harlequin Productions director feels time is right for comedy about 9/11

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