According to the New York Post [contains mild language], the stage musical of Mary Poppins experienced a misfortune last Wednesday, when its set malfunctioned. Thus, the show was cancelled shortly after the mishap, following the start of Act II. The accident is believed to have cost Disney and its co-producer, Cameron Mackintosh, about $150,000 in ticket refunds and exchanges. Unfortunately, it was the second time in a week and a half the set for Mary Poppins failed to function properly. During its first preview at the New Amsterdam Theatre, the musical’s massive Banks residence, which is estimated to have cost around $1 million, stalled.