Canmore’s own theater company, Pine Tree Players, invites you to enjoy theatre in the park. With a beautiful mountain setting that makes for the perfect backdrop, the Canmore Summer Theatre Festival presents two uniquely amazing plays. The first play, The Emperor’s New Clothes, directed by Tyler McClaron, written by Hans Christian Andersen and adapted by Timothy Mason, is running July 15-17 and July 21-24 at 1 p.m. at the Stan Rogers Memorial Stage in Centennial Park. Centered around a fashion-forward emperor and two charming strangers who present what they claim to be the latest thing in fashion. This play features a plethora of budding young talents and with a family-friendly feel, it’s perfect for all ages. The show is 70 minutes with no intermission.