Introducing Actor & Author, Karen Knotts, Daughter of Legendary Comic Genius, Don Knotts!

LIVE at The Farm, February 3, 2024
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Baby Boomers love Tied Up In Knotts!

A must-see for kids of the ’50s, ’60s, and ’70s who grew up laughing at Don Knotts as Barney Fife on the Andy Griffith show!  It’s a father-daughter story about growing up in a celebrity ‘Diva’ world with the love of Mayberry.


Enjoy dinner and the show
Your ‘Tied Up In Knotts’ package including dinner and the show starts at $107.70 (taxes are included).

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Get the dinner and show plus overnight accommodations in the Inn
starting at $289.50 (taxes are included).

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Tied Up In Knotts Itinerary

  • 5:45PM – Sparkling wine and canapés at
  • 6:00PM – Enjoy a comic-inspired dinner before the show with light entertainment
  • 7:00PM – “Tied Up in Knotts” with Karen Knotts

Karen Knotts is a hilarious performer. She has a one-woman show and has written a book, both entitled “Tied Up In Knotts”, as a tribute to her beloved father Don Knotts.

In the 1950’s, Don Knotts was making the rounds of casting directors’ offices in New York City. Destiny knocked on Dad’s door when he got a small part in a Broadway play starring Andy Griffith. In the 1960’s, Andy was set to star in a sitcom about a small town sheriff. Dad called him and asked, ‘Could you use a deputy?’  …and Barney Fife was born! I have fond memories of visiting the set of Mayberry and seeing cast members like Ron Howard (Opie), and Frances Bavier (Aunt Bea). They were not like their TV characters! Fast forward to the 1970’s, I was a teenager attending Beverly Hills High and later USC, while Dad was doing variety shows with Bill Cosby and Tim Conway and making friends with movie star divas. As an adult, Dad encouraged me with both my acting and librarian careers! I love revisiting these memories of our special father-daughter bond.  Baby boomers grew up with great shows on TV!