Liquor is one way out and death's the other. (via LA Splash)

Cat on a Hot Tin Roof won the Pulitzer for drama in 1955. This year the drama took place off the stage. A Los Angeles revival of the play was cancelled this week after John Lacey, the man playing Big Daddy, left the stage mid-scene to confront a drunken heckler. The audience member, who had been seen drinking during intermission with his friend, had been yelling and cat-calling throughout the show. He crossed the line for Lacey when, after the character Big Daddy asked Brick why he doesn't kiss Maggie, the heckler yelled out "because he's a fag." And before you ask, both Jonah Hill and Justin Bieber have plausible alibis. According to Lacey in an interview with Playbill, 

Sources: Playbill | h/t Gawker | LA Weekly