Lack of an author's note! It took several tries to get this one loaded up last night, and I suppose I forgot this stage when it succeeded.
As has been noted before, you don't say "Macbeth" in a theatre since it's bad luck - allegedly, Hecate's summoning or some such was cribbed by Shakespeare and therefore the text is dangerous.
What happens to that bad luck when Hecate's already there and someone says "Macbeth?" ...or says it thirty-seven times?
(Yes, I have a thing about prime numbers. Go read "Cryptonomicon" by Neal Stephenson if you don't have a thing about prime numbers. ...ooo, where's my copy at?)
Ha, wow. Well good luck to them all now. Somebody should've knocked out the shark guy when they had the chance. :P