• July 25, 2014

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Staging ‘Legends’

The shaded hillside in Salado, full of stadium seats, slopes gently downward to the large main stage at the Goodnight Amphitheater, where cast and crew are preparing to rehearse Act 2 of “Salado Legends” for the Tablerock Festival.

Staging ‘Legends’

The shaded hillside in Salado, full of stadium seats, slopes gently downward to the large main stage at the Goodnight Amphitheater, where cast and crew are preparing to rehearse Act 2 of “Salado Legends” for the Tablerock Festival.

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