After the young man who had accused Mr. Spacey invoked the Fifth Amendment, the district attorney said the prosecution could not go forward.
When our critic saw his show in December, the comic didn’t bring up the scandal. In his Netflix special, he rectifies that mistake with his finest work yet.
“This Is What Happens to Pretty Girls,” by Ken Kwek, was based on testimony of about hundreds of women who were victims of abuse and harassment.
The new Showtime series follows the rise and fall of the former Fox News chief. But its loudest voices may belong to his detractors.
To make the actors comfortable, the director of “Frankie and Johnny” brought in an expert in staging sex scenes — Broadway’s first, and certainly not its last.
He talks about the ways he and his TV character evolved. (Just don’t call him a Wife Guy.)
In her forthcoming book “What Do We Need Men For?,” the Elle advice columnist says the president assaulted her in the 1990s.
Despite the formidable presence of John Malkovich, David Mamet’s new play is as reprehensible as the predatory film tycoon at the center of it.
Andrea Bowers removed part of her installation after complaints — but her piece raises questions about who can tell intimate stories.