On a sunny September afternoon, an odd lot makes its way up the Enchanted Mesa Trail at Boulder's Chautauqua Park. A zombified Boy Scout troubadour softly strums a guitar while guide Jillian Price leads an eager group of theater fans to a forest clearing for the first act of 10 Ways to Survive the Zombie Apocalypse. "We always like to say we have one of the best set designers in the world," said Price, remarking on the beauty of Boulder's open space. It's not your traditional production but it works, as Theatre-Hikes Colorado isn't your traditional theater troupe. There are no chairs, no curtain, and the stage is the great outdoors. As a bonus, theater patrons that trade their high heels for hiking boots also get tips to survive should the undead rise up.