The Tablerock Amphitheater was built on thirteen acres of land donated by the Goodnight family. It received its name, "Tablerock" from a very large flat rock in Salado Creek, which looked like a "tablerock" and was a favorite spot for the Salado College students to spend "academic" study time. From its austere beginning The Tablerock Amphitheater has grown to an outstanding outdoor production facility.
Salado Legends, A Dinner Theater
July 19, 26 and August 2
Central Texas' favorite outdoor musical drama. Written by playwright/lyricist Jackie Mills, directed by Donnie Williams. Salado Legends celebrates its 22nd year production with a cast and crew of over 100 people that has ranged in age from 3 to 79. A nationally recognized award winning musical drama for the whole family. Dinner reservations required. Dinner 7:15PM $10.00 adult or child. Show 8:15PM, $20.00 Adult, $5.00 child under 12.Buy tickets on line or call 254-947- 9205. Ticket office and concession stand opens at 6:30PM. more....
The Lady behind Salado Legends,
our own Jackie Mills, is featured in the Hometown Living at its Best section of theBell County Living Magazine., as "the little girl who never quit playing dress-up." Supporting her all the way has been her loving husband, Denver Mills.