The Music Man
The Colorado Ballet Society has performed a lot of beloved shows, but this marks the debut of their new Theatre Production Company. Enjoy the new life they'll bring to this classic musical, with a multigenerational and multitalented cast. In case you're unfamiliar, the story follows a con man who pretends to be a music teacher, takes the townspeople's money and plans to run off before giving any lessons. But after falling in love with the local librarian, he sticks around and risks exposing himself as a fraud. 7 p.m., June 15-17; 2 p.m., June 17, Colorado Springs School, 21 Broadmoor Ave., $15-$20, danceinthesprings.com.
Cutie and the Boxer
If you haven't heard of Ushio Shinohara, the term "boxer-painter" might be unfamiliar, but Shinohara became famous for fusing painting and punching in his own glorious neo-Dada way. This documentary profiles him and his wife, Noriko, who wanted to create an identity for herself outside her husband's influence. Cutie and the Boxer portrays two artists with two vastly different approaches to art, rolled into one award-winning film. 7-9 p.m., Tim Gill Center for Public Media, 315 E. Costilla St., free, facebook.com/IFSOC.
Inline Speed Skating Outdoor National Championships
Inline speed skating is an underpublicized but no less athletic Olympic sport, taking rollerblading to a whole new level. Spectators are welcome to watch the country's best skaters compete to make it onto Team USA. You may even get the chance to see Olympians and other world medalists in action. June 16-23, times vary, Olympic Center Velodrome, 250 S. Union Blvd., usarollersports.org.
All Colorado Festival
This inaugural event is meant to showcase the best of Colorado spirits, beer and wine, so make sure you line up a ride. In addition to the booze, enjoy snacks from various food vendors and live country music. Musicians include: The Jacob Christopher Band, Exit West, Trent Hughes Band and Donovan Lee. 1-7 p.m., Western Museum of Mining and Industry, 225 Northgate Blvd., $25, wmmi.org.