American Primitive

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For the guitar style associated with John Fahey, see American Primitivism. For the 2009 film also known as American Primitive, see Wild About Harry (film).

American Primitive is a play by William Gibson about the lives of John and Abigail Adams. Gibson used the correspondence of John and Abigail Adams to create a verse drama about the period of the American Revolution. American Primitive debuted (unsuccessfully) at the Berkshire Theatre Festival in 1969 in a production directed by Frank Langella and featuring Anne Bancroft as Abigail Adams.[1]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Sommer, Elyse. "A CurtainUp Berkshire Review American Primitive (John and Abigail)". Curtain Up. Retrieved 21 October 2012.