Tablerock volunteers model this year's official T-shirt. From left, Lynne Carpenter of Georgetown, Chandler Carpenter of Georgetown and Anne Sanderford of Belton.
Actor Thom Wilson, left, admonishes Nick Lopez, the male lead in "Salado Legends," in rehearsal at Tablerock in Salado.
One of the large ensembles from the 118-member cast of "Salado Legends" rehearses at Tablerock's Goodnight Amphitheater in Salado.
The two "floozies," from left, Melodie Coleman of Jarrell and Sarah Sanderford of Belton, onstage at Tablerock's Goodnight Amphitheater.
Olivia Combs, a ninth-grader from Florence, sings and dances at rehearsal for "Salado Legends" at the Goodnight Amphitheater at Tablerock.
Director Donnie Williams of Killeen and award-winning playwright Jackie Mills of Salado review the "Salado Legends" script at rehearsal. Opening night is Saturday at the Goodnight Amphitheater at Tablerock in Salado. Additional performances are July 27 and Aug. 3.
The men's ensemble takes direction from director Donnie Williams, a fixture at Tablerock in Salado since 1998.
Leads Nick Lopez and Krista Ash rehearse "Salado Legends" at Tablerock's Goodnight Amphitheater in Salado.
With a cast of 118 actors, "Salado Legends" fills Tablerock's Goodnight Amphitheater with action and excitement. The final performance is Saturday night.
From left, Tall Bear Montez of Killeen, Miles Ellis of Holland and Nick Lopez of Belton sing "The Sow," based on a Scottish folk song, during the July 27 performance of "Salado Legends" at Tablerock's Goodnight Amphitheater.
- If You Go
What: “Salado Legends”
Where: Goodnight Amphitheater, Tablerock Festival of Salado.
Final performance: 8:15 p.m. Saturday.
Tickets: $17 adult, $5 child.
Dinner: 7:15 p.m., $8 adult or child.
Reservations, info: (254) 947-9205. Call today for dinner seating.
Posted: Friday, August 2, 2013 4:30 am
Updated: 4:31 am, Fri Aug 2, 2013.
Posted on Aug 2, 2013
It’s only a short distance from Interstate 35, but the village of Salado’s Main Street seems worlds away from the unceasing stress of the superslab.
Driving south, we’ll pass colorful retail shops, restored homes and buildings from the 19th century and cross the bridge over Salado Creek. The fabled Stagecoach Inn dominates the right side of the street, but we’ll turn left, to the east, on Royal Street. This Salado sojourn will take us to Tablerock.
Or, use your
Friday, August 2, 2013 4:30 am.
Updated: 4:31 am.