That pesky substance is the reason the show, which was scheduled to open Saturday at the Forum Theater, has been postponed at least a week. Monday, as the cast prepared for a dress rehearsal, the creative team discovered an unpleasant smell in a wall of one of the offices under the theater, according to co director Bree Burgess Rosen.Experts have taken samples of the mold, she said, and when the results come back, they will determine the production’s fate. If the substance turns out to be non toxic, the show will resume next week, but if not, it will move to January.”It may be easily contained and it may be nontoxic, but we can’t be sure we aren’t traveling through toxic stuff to get to the theater or that it isn’t in the walls up the back toward the theater,” Rosen wrote in an email.
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The superintendent original budget changed New Hanover’s bonus to 6%. This 1% adjustment would decrease a teacher pay by $23 per month. This same 1% adjustment would save NHC schools $1 million. The payments are part of $21.5 million in relief for North Carolina homeowners that Cooper won last year in a settlement with SunTrust. That’s North Carolina’s share of a $550 million national settlement that included 48 other states, the District of Columbia, and federal officials. Under the agreement, SunTrust must also meet tougher mortgage servicing standards designed to prevent future problems for homeowners..