Selected as one of Hollywood Fringe Festival's "Best of the Fest," The Last of the Knotts is a semi-autobiographical solo show from performer-poet Doug Knott. In it, Knott's character -- a carefree L.A. hipster -- agonizes over whether or not to become a father after putting up with a lifetime's worth of pain from his own dad, an abusive Florida judge. He's vowed to be the last of his line ... until he meets a beautiful woman with a boa constrictor and everything changes. See the show described as both "eloquently quirky" and "unsparingly honest" by the Los Angeles Times and given an enthusastic GO! by the LA Weekly. It's an experience that's pregnant with laughs, squirms and the comically painful truths of life.