Bill Cosby performed standup at the LaRose Jazz Club in Philadelphia on Monday night, just two months before jury selection is scheduled to begin in his retrial for sexual assault. The event marked the first time that Cosby has been onstage since dozens of women accused him of abuse in 2015. CNN reports that the 80-year-old comedian played it safe with jokes about Philly, his family and going blind. He jokingly called some of his octogenarian fans “old heads” and at one point asked a young boy if he knew who he was. “I used to be a comedian,” he then quipped. In between jokes, Cosby also performed with the Tony Williams Jazz quartet. The crowd, which consisted of old friends and supporters, did not interrupt or challenge Cosby during his time onstage.