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The Bard is back, the Public Domain Theater Festival visits Boulder – Boulder Daily Camera

Blueridge A progressive high school teacher is spending six months at a church-sponsored halfway house, through June 5, Miners Alley Playhouse, 1224 Washington Ave., Golden; $17 to $45; www.mineralley.com.

Dear Evan Hansen Broadway tour of the Tony Award-winning musical, May 31-June 5, DCPA Broadway, Buell Theatre, 13th and Curtis Streets, Denver; $35 to $125; denvercenter.org.

The frog princess Contemporary twist on the fairy tale about a princess living in a pond as a frog, performed with a short hike, May 28-June 26, Arts in the Open, Chautauqua Park, 900 Baseline Road, Boulder; $16 to $21; artsintheopen.org.

Public Domain Theater Festival Three Colorado theater companies present three new works based on earlier writing, through June 19, The Catamounts, Buntport Theatre, Su Teatro, Boulder Public Library, 1001 Arapahoe Ave., Boulder; $15; thecatamounts.org.

Don Quixote Nuevo Tejano Musical about becoming the hero of your own story, through June 12, Denver Center Theater Company, 14th and Curtis Streets, Denver; $30 to $69; denvercenter.org.

Rockin’ and rollin’ with Miss Rhythm Musical that tells the story of R&B legend Ruth Brown, through June 11, DCPA, Garner Galleria Theater, 14th and Curtis Streets, Denver; $46 to $80; denvercenter.org.

Sing in the rain Romantic comedy that follows the transition of actors from silent cinema to talkies, until June 26; Playhouse Candlelight Dinner, 4747 Marketplace Drive, Johnstown; $29 to $58; coloradocandlelight.com.

Rockin’ and rollin’ with Miss Rhythm Musical that tells the story of R&B legend Ruth Brown, June 3-11, DCPA, Garner Galleria Theater, 14th and Curtis Streets, Denver; $46 to $80; denvercenter.org.

Tipping Point Tales Playing with Music and Puppets on Climate Change, June 4, Now or Never Theater Company, BookCliff Vineyards, 1501 Lee Hill Drive, Boulder; $35 (includes drink); bookcliffvineyards.com.

The two gentlemen of Verona Two friends find themselves in disagreement over the same girl, from June 5 to August. 7, Colorado Shakespeare Festival, Mary Rippon Outdoor Theater, CU, Boulder; $22 to $81; cupresents.org.

Coming soon

the alchemist One-night-only performance of Ben Johnson’s contemporary satire of Shakespeare, August 2, Colorado Shakespeare Festival, Mary Rippon Outdoor Theatre, CU, Boulder; $25 to $56; cupresents.org.

All’s well That ends well Coming of Age Frolics in 1950s France, June 18-August. 6, Colorado Shakespeare Festival, University Theater, CU, Boulder; $20 to $67; cupresents.org.

The Book of Will Contemporary play honoring the friends who helped publish Shakespeare’s plays after his death, 2 Jul – 2 Aug. 6, Colorado Shakespeare Festival, Mary Rippon Outdoor Theater, CU, Boulder; $22 to $81; cupresents.org.

Coriolanus Shakespeare’s political drama about a soldier, ordinary people and polarizing times, July 16-August. 7, Colorado Shakespeare Festival, University Theater, CU, Boulder; $19 to $64; cupresents.org.

Dixie never wears a tube while riding a mechanical bull Dixie Longate shares lessons learned in this one-man comedy, June 22-July 17, DCPA, Garner Galleria Theater, 14th and Curtis Streets, Denver; $46 to $80; denvercenter.org.

An evening at Gatsby’s Interactive play set in the Roaring Twenties, June 10-18, Audacious Theater Company, Bar Nun, 1225 Logan St., Denver; $30; audacioustheatre.com.

Hadesville Tony Award-winning musical that tells a contemporary love story, August 30-September 30. 11, DCPA Broadway, Buell Theater, 13th and Curtis Streets, Denver; $35 to $125; denvercenter.org.

Moulin Rouge, the musical A world of splendor and romance is created in this musical version of the hit film of the same name, from June 9-26, DCPA Broadway, Buell Theatre, 13th and Curtis Streets, Denver; $35 to $120; denvercenter.org.

an octoroon An heir to a crumbling plantation arrives to save the day before he falls in love with a mixed-race woman in the 1850s, June 10-July 9, Benchmark Theater Company, 1560 Teller St., Lakewood; $15 to $30; benchmarktheatre.com.

Pretty Woman: The Musical Broadway run of the musical based on the popular film of the same name, August 2-14, DCPA Broadway, Buell Theatre, 13th and Curtis Streets, Denver; $35 to $120; denvercenter.org.

Theater of the mind World premiere of an immersive theater piece created by David Byrne and Mala Gaonkar, August 31-December 31. 18 DCPA, York Street Yards, 3887 Steele St., Denver; theatreoftheminddenver.com.

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