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Theatre Asylum
between N Cahuenga and Vine 6320 Santa Monica Blvd. Hollywood, CA 90038
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attended Nov 13 2011

A great writer and a charming performer, who really puts us in a vice grip about one of life's ultimate dilemmas. In fact,I'm still thinking about it the next day. Go see and it think about what you would do.

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A carefree LA hipster is faced with life’s ultimate choice — fatherhood: to have or have Knott.

Doug Knott, a carefree LA hipster, and son of redneck Tallahassee patriarch, Judge Knott, finds himself on the horns of a dilemma. To be or not to be: a father. Having taken enough lifelong shit from the abusive Judge, Doug aims his metaphorical gun at his father and says, “No way. I am the last of the Knotts.” Then he thinks twice! This is Knott a comedy.

Written and performed by Doug Knott. Directed by and developed with Eric Trules and produced by Jack Fry

Doug Knott has been a performance poet and stage performer in LA for many years. He produced and emceed a hit cult variety show at the Lhasa Club, and later had his own nightclub in the ’80s. As a member of the performance group, the Carma Bums, he toured the Western states and also won the revived Gong Show. He is the author of several poetry books and wrote, produced and starred in several videos, some of which won national prizes in the ’ 90s. In the last months he has done solo shows at local venues including the Electric Lodge, Highways and the Santa Monica Playhouse.