Bill Cosby, whose lawyers have denied the accusations of many women that he spiked their drinks and sexually assaulted them, jokes about the subject at a performance in Canada.
“The Visit,” directed by John Doyle, will open at the Lyceum Theater on April 23, the eligibility deadline for 2015 Tony nominations.
Phylicia Rashad, who played Bill Cosby’s wife on two sitcoms, defends him against accusations of sexual assault.
The episode was taped in March but broadcast on Sunday night.
Madonna defended images posted on her Instagram account depicting Nelson Mandela, Martin Luther King Jr. and other luminaries with their faces altered to resemble the cover of her upcoming album, “Rebel Heart.”
Three times a week over four weeks, the public will be invited to watch, through a one-way mirror, PJ Harvey and her bandmates write and arrange their tracks in a makeshift studio.