- a narrow raised platform at the side of a stage in a theater; stagehands can work the ropes controlling equipment in the flies
- A fly system is a system of ropes, counterweights, pulleys, and other related devices within a theatre that enables a technical crew to quickly move components such as curtains, lights, and set pieces on and off stage by moving them vertically between the stage and the large opening above the stage.
- A gallery or catwalk above the stage floor from which counterweight and hemp (rope) rigging is operated.
- an area against one of the backstage walls where the fly rope and pulley system are operated.
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