The problem: How to fly in a scrim that goes from wing to wing (and stage to lighting grid) with no fly gallery... A little background for you: Our auditorium is old and ugly but functional, our stage is really large compared to most schools (even art schools in our area have much smaller stages), but we have nothing that even resembles a fly gallery. Which is pretty standard around here. Now we have this scrim that is larger than the proscenium arch, so fine for obscurring everything behind it, the problem is we want it to move up and down. If it was static we could just attach it to the sorry excuse for a lighting grid, but we want to raise and lower it as well, and the vertical space is there, we just have no fly gallery. So the next best thing would be to hang it of a roller that would roll it up and down either manually or automatically. The problem gets worse in that the solutions has to cost little to nothing lol. Any ideas for acquiring/building a low-cost device that would raise and lower our scrim?