flyman

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flyman

(ˈflaɪmən)
n, pl -men
(Theatre) theatre a stagehand who operates the scenery, curtains, etc, in the flies
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08448 112121 or buy online at www.theatreroyal.co.uk MARY POPPINS STATS THE COMPANY ?Thirty-five adult performers; ?Ten children (five teams of two, with one always on standby); ?A backstage team including the company manager, seven in stage management, six stage crew, four flymen, three followspot operators, three carpenters, three automation operators, three sound operators, three electricians, seven dressers, four wigs personnel and five wardrobe personnel; ?Twelve members of the orchestra plus a musical director; One associate director and one children's director.
Flymen Fishing Company, flymenfishingcompany.com: Creator of the Fish Skull Articulated Shank, a turnkey solution for creating articulated flies and jigs.
"When we were playing every day on the streets, we were surrounded by violent alcoholics, flymen, conmen and criminals.
Pryce, the new Head Carpenter for the second season, engaged slightly fewer men throughout the whole season and the only increase in numbers during the pantomime was for extra joiners, flymen, stage men and cellar men, the total wage payments increasing by only a few pounds each week when compared to the rest of the season.
Shep Benjamin of NAI Charleston represented the tenant, Flymen Fishing Co., in the lease of 3,000 square feet of flex space at 1856 Belgrade Ave.
If the reason for the flying bridges is for quick access across stage, why introduce an obstacle to the flymen on the third gallery by making them climb the ladder to reach the bridge?
I look forward to tying The Pearl with the new Nymph Head, a tungsten bead with built-in eyes, manufactured by Flymen Fishing Company.