Good on Paper - By George Brant
In this laugh-a-minute romantic comedy, Peg is a lonely police-sketch artist who prefers the company of her many drawings of criminals to the real men in her life. But when her romance-novelist sister gives her a mysterious hand-carved pencil, her sketches begin to come to life! Peg finally has the “perfect” man – because she drew him that way. Unfortunately, she also has an apartment full of hilarious criminals because she drew them, too. This modern Pygmalion tale asks the question: does love define or defy perfection? But also - how do you keep the good guy and lose the creeps?
- for tickets or more information, please visit creederep.org
120 S Main St