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The space over a theater stage for hanging scenery or other equipment by means of movable rigging.
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The extensive chariot and pole system, traps, and old fly loft
have all become obstacles in their states of neglect.
At the very top of the fly loft
a deck of timber joists spans between giant structural beams, allowing access to the thousands of cables and pulleys.
Approximately 7,100 square feet was added to the building, including a stage with fly loft
with the renovation of an existing media-torium.