Chris Noth returns to acting after facing sexual assault allegations

Chris Noth recently returned to the stage after being accused of sexually assaulting women.

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Chris Noth returns to acting after a scandal

Chris Noth took to the stage while performing a one night reading of Eugene Ionesco’s Rhinoceros at Saint James Place, located in Great Barrington, Massachusetts.

He reportedly produced, directed, and starred in the reading. Also according to the audience, Noth was an ‘accomplished stage actor’.

A source revealed the crowd’s reception for Noth’s performance.

They stated: ‘It was well received. He received a standing ovation at the end.

Noth included local talent for the cast members of the sold-out production. He worked alongside producer Elizabeth Aspenlieder for the show.

The 67-year-old actor even used his social media accounts to make fun of the modern classic. He shared an interview he conducted with The Rural We.

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During the interview, Noth mentions, “I’ve wanted to do this for years and was about to produce it at the Chichester Festival Theater in England. Then COVID hit and people really didn’t want to see it.” [avant-garde playwright] Ionesco.

However, a source reported that the audience was preparing to watch the show over the weekend on Saturday.

They went on to say that Noth “was very happy with the show.”

The insider added: ‘Theater is his main love. Everyone loved it. He plans to present future productions of this play.’

This was the first time Noth had performed publicly after he was removed from multiple shows and series.

More on the Chris Noth scandal

Chris Noth was accused of sexually assaulting multiple women earlier this year.

A woman, who went by the name Zoe, claimed Noth “raped her from behind” in 2004, according to an article in The Hollywood Reporter.

Additionally, another woman, who used the name Lily, mentioned that Noth assaulted her at her New York City apartment in 2015.

Subsequently, as more women came forward to accuse the star, Noth was fired from CBS’s The Equalizer.

Also, Noth’s scenes were edited out in the final episode of the first season of the Sex and the City reboot, And Just Like That. Hence his character, Mr. Big, was killed off in the first episode.

Meanwhile, Sarah Jessica Parker, Cynthia Nixon, and Kristin Davis shared a joint statement to address the matter.

They wrote: “We are deeply saddened to hear the allegations against Chris Noth.”

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