Killing Trees: Writing and Revising (and Revising, and Revising…)
“The wastebasket is a writer’s best friend.” — (Isaac Bashevis Singer) Award-winning playwright Michael Hollinger demystifies the creative process for writers, emphasizing the constant negotiation between design and discovery. Hollinger is an Associate Professor of Theatre at Villanova University and the Associate Artistic Director at Villanova Theatre. Professor Hollinger is the author of “Opus,” “Tooth and Claw,” “Red Herring,” “Incorruptible,” “An Empty Plate in the Cafe Du Grand Boeuf” and “Tiny Island,” all of which premiered at Philadelphia's Arden Theatre Company. Hollinger’s plays have been produced throughout the United States, in New York City, London, Paris, Athens, and elsewhere in Europe.