english, I know this isn't a laughing matter.....your title made me crack up.
It's ridiculous that The Old Globe KNEW about his past when he was hired, as disclosure of the conviction is a requirement on his part, but this radio host's input seems to have caused his leaving.
I don't pay my $$$ to see JB in a show because I'm holding him up as a moral icon, because that isn't what he's selling me. He's selling me a good performance and he always delivers.
His faults are a matter of public record. Should we then require a rap sheet or list of faults for every performer we see?
He broke the law, he's served his time.
"We acknowledged with full hearts that God had tempered judgment with mercy."
-Charlotte Bronte, via our Jane