The process of raising items into the air, either by attaching them to a fixed point or suspending them using rope or wire.
Suspending equipment and/or cast members.
The activity of suspending equipment from truss or scaffolding. Usually done with motorized chain hoists or traditional flying bars in a theatre. Submitted by Karl Kuenning RFL from Roadie Net.
Raising and supporting sound, lighting or other equipment or décor from the ceiling.
an instance of traveling by air; "flying was still an exciting adventure for him"
streaming or flapping or spreading wide as if in a current of air; "ran quickly, her flaring coat behind her"; "flying banners"; "flags waving in the breeze"
of or relating to passage through the air especially aviation; "a flying time of three hours between cities"; "unidentified flying objects"
FLYING is an aviation magazine published since 1927. It is read by pilots, aircraft owners, and aviation-oriented executives in business and general aviation markets worldwide. It has the largest paid subscription, newsstand, and international circulation of any U.S.-based aviation magazine, according to the publsher, Hachette Filipacchi Media U.S., Inc, New York, NY.
Moving in the air with, or as with, wings; moving lightly or rapidly; intended for rapid movement.
Moving pieces of scenery onto the stage from the flytower above
Ones ability to fly, just because your born with wings does not mean you have the natural ability to fly. The flying ability can only be granted to those that are angelic by nature, or those that grow/have wings.
A new type of ride where the seats are tilted back, to give the feeling of flight. The track varies from inverted to conventional, so the rider is sometimes facing the sky and sometimes the ground.
a roller coaster ridden while parallel with the track.
capable of or engaged in flight; "the bat is a flying animal"
moving swiftly; "fast-flying planes"; "played the difficult passage with flying fingers"
done swiftly in or as if in the air; used e.g. of a racing start in which runners are already in motion as they cross the starting line; "a flying start"; "crossed the goal line with a flying leap"
A parry and riposte made in one motion, usually as a coupe.