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Cosby show still planned for Heinz Hall

The Bill Cosby show planned for Feb. 21 at Heinz Hall, Downtown, still is on the calendar.

Some of Cosby’s upcoming shows around the country have been canceled in the wake of several allegations of sexual abuse directed at the comedian. A show Nov. 29 in Yakima, Wash., was canceled Tuesday. Cosby has 30 performances scheduled through May of next year

Louise Sciannameo, vice president for communications and external relations at Heinz Hall, says the show here is being put on by Cosby management as a venue rental, and it has not called off the date.

She says ticket sales do not appear to have been affected by the scandal.


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