The winning production from the Hollywood Fringe Fest
When poet and performer Doug Knott was growing up with an abusive alcoholic father, he vowed to be the one to end the family legacy. Skippin’ out on the whole white picket fence and 3.5 kids scenario, Knott opted for the faster paced ‘80s LA lifestyle. But when the haze settles, he’s left with a knocked-up girlfriend and eminent fatherhood on the horizon. What’s the self-proclaimed last Knott to do? Best available seating allocated by the venue on arrival.
"Raw, fluid and eloquently quirky, author-performer Knott’s unsparingly honest solo treatise on his avoidance of fatherhood conjoins vintage performance art tactics to the sort of descriptive specifics usually associated with classic short stories."