Abigail Dutton Wright is a talented musician and performer, who also manages the gifts shops and concessions, including Abby’s Tourist Trap. Abby is best known for her banjo, but also plays second violin parts, sings alto, and clog dances. Abby is married to Adam Wright, a certified master personal fitness trainer and sports nutritionist, and they have four children.
9-year-old Gracie is currently taking piano lessons and makes friends wherever she goes. Gracie has an artistic aptitude and a creative imagination. Seth is seven and hopes to be the Dutton basketball player in the family (according to growth charts he is projected to top out at 6 and a half feet tall). An affectionate young man, Seth plays the piano, loves music and astrology. 5-year-old Orson is the “firecracker” with more energy than any of the other grandchildren and is very bright. With a name like Orson Robert Wright, Orson will probably become an author or a politician. Marcus is the baby of the family at one year old. Sweet and angelic, Marcus has the biggest, most beautiful eyes and long eyelashes. His calm disposition is definitely welcome after his three extremely active siblings.
Abigail loves interacting with everyone on stage and the audience too! Very photogenic with a beautiful smile, Abby is the charmer of the family. She loves to choreograph new songs for shows and television specials. Midwest fair circuit fans still remember Abby as the one who had her appendix our during a Dutton show in Nebraska. She was in pain all across Nebraska and upon reaching Omaha she was rushed to St. Joseph’s Hospital. Her appendix was removed while the rest of the family was on stage. Afterwards Mom and Dad visited her in the hospital while her siblings tore down the stage. The family then rushed off for a show in Iowa the next night, picking Abby up on their way back through Omaha the following day. Abigail was only 16 at the time.
Abby and Adam enjoy hiking and swimming with their children, and visiting with family and friends – but they particularly enjoy their “date nights” without the children.