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74 Star Starred
Santa Monica Playhouse
1211 4th Street Santa Monica, CA 90401
310-394-9779
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17 events
6 reviews
9 stars
The weather was cool/cold 55. I wore a sweater & light jacket.
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11 events
9 reviews
26 stars
PF Changs, CPK and Hillstones on Wilshire Blvd. within a few blocks
Climax
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Reviews & Ratings

"The Last of the Knotts"
63 ratings
4.5 average rating
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352 events
3 reviews
9 stars
attended Jun 28 2012

Doug Knott gave a very moving performance, and it was both funny and tragic, sometimes both at the same time. Take a look at the mural -- you'll see that it depicts the events in Doug's story, which is autobiographical. Although the events all...continued

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Dennis A Fletcher
39 events
25 reviews
47 stars
attended Aug 30 2012

I found this 1-man autobiographical romp a highly courageous view of the actor’s life and his agonizing decision to support his child or not. The story develops his life in a highly entertaining way that only someone like Doug Knott might have the...

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21 events
11 reviews
1 stars
attended Jul 26 2012

Great 1 man show. Powerful & meaningful story. Precise & poetic script. Emotionally engaging & satisfying. Simple staging & direction. Knott is one of a kind... as is his show! Go see it!

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Quotes & Highlights

  • “Raw, fluid and eloquently quirky…. Equal parts William S. Burroughs and saxophone… A tickling, touching portrait of considerable reach and impact.—Los Angeles Times
  • “Fascinatingly complex and morally nuanced…. Knott addresses the audience as if they’re honored guests in his home—a straightforward approach that allows the dark eddies and disturbing undercurrents to show through with unexpected pathos.”—LA Weekly