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Don Knotts' daughter shares memories
MONROE - Karen Knotts, daughter of comic star Don Knotts, will be appearing in her one-woman, multimedia show "Tied Up In Knotts: A Daughter's Tribute to a Funny and Terrific Dad" Saturday evening at the Monroe Arts Center.

The show, which was recently sold out, is dedicated to the memory of her father. Don Knotts died in 2006.

She mixes humor with touching insight into her Hollywood life. Knotts includes film clips, family lore, behind-the-scene stories and a host of characters portrayed by Knotts, including Barney Fife of "The Andy Griffith Show." Don Knotts won five consecutive Emmy awards for his portrayal of the high-strung deputy.

For more information, contact the Monroe Arts Center at 608-325-5700 or online at

The concert is supported by corporate Underwriter Colony Brands Inc., and Media Underwriters Monroe Publishing LLC, and Big Radio. Additional support provided by Randy and Sue Armstrong; Greg and Penny Fedders; Ruda Chevrolet Toyota; Bob and Gaida Vickerman; Bill and Beth Balasia; Art and Patt Carter; Karen Hogan and Harry Turner Sr.; Kittelsen, Barry, Wellington, Thompson and Schluesche; Deb Thompson; and Wisconsin Bank and Trust.