A MURDER MYSTERY DINNER THEATER EVENT Performances scheduled for Friday, 2/7, and Saturday, 2/8

GLOVERSVILLE — The Paul Nigra Center for Creative Arts, located at 2736 State Highway 30, Gloversville, will present “Murder and Malice at the Prague Palace,” a murder mystery dinner theater event featuring an original play written by Roberta Esposito and starring performers from Foothill Family Productions. There are two performances scheduled, the first on Friday, February 7, and then on Saturday, February 8, both from 6-9 PM.

The storyline of “Murder and Malice at the Prague Palace” features Prince Phillip Hyacinth Lobkowicz, who is throwing a costume ball/masquerade party to benefit restorations to his palace in Prague in the year 2000. Attendees are encouraged to come dressed in masquerade costume attire.

Tickets for the events are $45 per person, with a 20% discount offered to members of the Nigra Arts Center. Tickets can be purchased on or through the Nigra Arts Center by calling (518) 661-9932. Tickets include a three-course, family-style dinner. There will be a cash bar available. Seating for both events is limited – please do not wait to reserve your tickets.

For more information, visit or the Nigra Arts Center Facebook page, or call (518) 661-9932. For more information about Foothills Family Productions, please visit The Nigra Arts Center’s gift shop and art gallery will also be open during the events and attendees are welcome to view the current art exhibit at no additional charge.

About the Paul Nigra Center for Creative Arts:

The Paul Nigra Center for Creative Arts is a beautiful, year-round arts center open to the public. It houses premium art venues, hosts fun family events and provides educational opportunities for persons of all ages and levels of ability. The Nigra Arts Center also offers exceptional spaces for private parties or business events. The Nigra Arts Center was founded in 2015 by Lexington, a Chapter of The Arc New York, an accredited, award-winning provider of disability services. For more information, visit

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