Nicole Hollander, the creator of nationally syndicated comic strip “Sylvia,” will jump from the comics to the stage for Live Bait Theater’s Fillet of Solo Festival. In the festival’s eleventh year of one-person performances, Hollander will perform “Plastic Surgery or a Really Good Haircut?” a monologue about aging written from an autobiographical point of view. “I started to think about how I was aging,” she says about writing “Plastic Surgery.” “I had created a character [in Sylvia] to always be older than I was. Than I realized I was older than she was. I just started to think about the fact that I was aging and my character was standing totally still.” The way aging in America makes people “feel invisible” was part of what inspired this piece, says Hollander. But does the question posed by the play’s title get answered in the monologue? “Oh yeah,” she laughs. “If that’s your burning question, I can answer it definitively.” “Plastic Surgery or a Really Good Haircut?” previews on July 6 at 8pm and is showing July 7, 8,14 and 15 and August 4 and 5 at 8pm at the Live Bait Theater.