I only voted for the theater example and the sexual slander example. The reasons being that those are the two examples where you can find a causal link between speech and immediate and intended harm. In the case of the theater your lies were intended in the immediate sense to cause chaos, disruption, and physical harm even then however I think the person should only be held and charged if damage or harm occurred, otherwise simply eject them. I was much more strained on the slander and libel example, but I think that the current regimen we have is very tight and good. You have to prove that the lie being told is causing in a very direct causal way, real harm to yourself or your livelihood.