In response to the Nov. 20th strip.
Fun Theatre Fact: You don't whistle on stage because in the olden days of broadway the guys running the fly systems would communicate with a series of whistles. This was back before there were intercom systems to call cues with. A specific whistle would be a cue for a specific fly to come in or out. If you're just walking across the stage and mistakenly whistle a cue out and the guy in the air doesn't know better you could get a piece of the set dropped on your head. That is why you don't whistle on stage in a theater. I'm loving this storyline btw.