The John Astin Theatre is proud to present Gregory S. Moss's Indian Summer directed by Peg Denitorne and featuring John Astin as George.
Read the fine print on the poster for details.
Way to go Dad. Another play...what does this one make, 1000? #johnastin
Father-Son moment while filming The Goonies in Astoria, OR 1984. Dang, my old man looks good in this pic. He's John Astin, "Gomez" from The Addams Family!! Now he teaches Drama at Johns Hopkins U, but then, he was nice enough to take time away from coaching my little league team to also coach me for my audition scenes for Mikey. Thanks Dad! #johnastin#goonies#astoria
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TAKE A LABOR DAY TOUR WITH ME ON FACEBOOK LIVE
Johns Hopkins Theatre Program
Hosted By Mackenzie Astin — 5pm EDT
Starting "on the beach" at on the University Campus. We'll take a short walk to the Historic Merrick Barn and the John Astin Theatre. Meet with Our Dad and Valerie Astin, maybe even hear from the staff and some students. It's an incredible facility and a world class cultural environment. See you on my FB page facebook.com/seanastinpublic!!!! #JohnAstin#MackenzieAstin#johnshopkins#jhu#theater#theatre
👌WE'RE CREEPY AND WE'RE KOOKY!
👌 MYSTERIOUS AND OOKY!
👉"They're creepy and they're kooky, mysterious and spooky, they're all together ooky, The Addams Family! SNAP, SNAP!👌👌"
👉 Can you guess what we saw tonight?
👉"The Addams Family" receives a 7-ish/10 from me. I'm an expert in "kooky and ooky," so take that for what it is worth. 😝
👉If you've seen "The Addams Family," please comment below with your rating out of 10 stars!
👉Now, you'll have that song stuck in your heads until next Tuesday, ha! Sorrrrrrry! SNAP, SNAP!🙄
Today's #monstertober entry is Peter Jackson's 1996 classic pitch black supernatural comedy "The Frighteners"! Though it hit with a thud upon its release, it has gained a substantial following in the years following, and rightfully so. Jackson's flair for telling an offbeat story with style and substance is fully on display.
Michael J. Fox is wonderful as protagonist Frank Bannister. He currently makes a "living" by performing spirit cleansings with the assistance of his ghostly associates. Frank's #tragic past catches up to him as new deaths are popping up with the same attributes that culminated years earlier with the death of his wife. The stellar cast pops and performs with wit and flair. Stealing the picture with every moment he's on screen is Jeffrey Combs. His unhinged, tormented FBI agent Milton Dammers is sight to behold and a joy to watch!
Matching the moody, #eccentric tone of the film is a top notch score from Danny Elfman. He brings his typical unique approach to the subject matter, but he doesn't just go through the motions. The imposing main theme gets under your skin and forms the structural DNA of the entire score. It has moments of genuine darkness and lovely respite, but it never wavers from its compositional focus. The pictured release is terrific but would greatly benefit from an expanded version. Missing are some of the more dynamic, thematic set pieces, but that shouldn't deter you from seeking it out! A spooky holiday treat! 👻☠😁 #thefrighteners#peterjackson#ghost#ghosts#ghostmovie#ghoststory#instaghost#monster#monsters#monstermovie#robertzemeckis#michaeljfox#johnastin#jakebusey#serialkiller#serialkillers#halloween#halloweentime#dannyelfman#dvd#directorscut#soundtrack#mycollection
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Cassidy was the first of the Addams Family alumni to appear on the series. Cassidy played his character, Lurch, from The Addams Family in the episode “The Penguin’s Nest” in a Batclimb cameo. Jones starred as the seductive villainess Marsha, Queen of Diamonds who made her first appearance in the episode “Marsha, Queen of Diamonds” and was a reoccurring character on the show. Astin played one of Batman’s main enemies, The Riddler, and only appeared in one episode in Season 2 titled “Batman’s Anniversary/A Riddling Controversy.” Astin replaced Frank Gorshin in second season only for Gorshin to return back for Season 3. #theaddamsfamily#batman#adamwest#carolynjones#johnastin#tedcassidy
Flashback Friday: Halloween Edition 👻 🎃 This is just an extra and not apart of Horror Movie Week 😎
With the release of @theaddamsfamilyofficial, I was thinking of my costumes and growing up with The Addams. If you are around my age and a weird kid, you may have loved them like I did. I’m in an Addams Family mood so I’ll post some Addams content this evening in my stories, but for now here is a timeline.
💀 The first movie came out when I was in Kindergarten and all our teachers dressed like them so 5 year old me was wigging out 😂
💀 I also remember seeing the 60’s show in reruns side by side with The Munsters. I think it was on TV Land?
💀 The Addams Family cartoon premiered in 1992 on ABC. I loved how they were drawn! John Astin the actor that was Gomez in the 60s show did the voice for Gomez.
💀 Addams Family Values came out in 1993. I loved it as much or even more than the first.
💀 Does anyone remember the The New Addams Family from 98-99 that was on Fox Family? Including that direct to video film that Tim Curry played Gomez?
💀 Will and I saw the Addams Family musical in 2016.
So of course I dressed up as Wednesday Halloween 2014 for work and Will and I did Morticia and Gomez in 2017. Wednesday was a thrifted dress and I made the collars and dress for the doll. For Morticia, the whole outfit (including wig) was a yard sale buy. Gomez robe was from @depop, pants I owned and shoes from @poshmark. I did all our makeup. I really loved our costume.
Do you have a favorite costume you’ve done? 🎃