We at the Pants Institute are dedicated to education of the public on the many contributions that Pants have made to our culture and society. In our previous monographs, we have been pleased to share with you in-depth discussions of great works of Classic Pants Literature as well as more popular media, such as critical analyses of the genre of Pants Horror Cinema. Our next installation of this ongoing series of Great Seriousness and Importance delves into the pants classics of the stage:
Pants of a Salesman
A middle-aged man discovers that his pants are both terribly unflattering and decades out of fashion.
Waiting for Pants
A story of time wasted away in the laundromat when the dryer cycle is unbearably slow.
Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Wear Pants
Two men hang out at the laundromat playing quarters while waiting for Hamlet to finish his laundry.
Pants on a Hot Tin Roof
When a family’s dryer is broken, they consider laying their laundry out on the roof to dry.
A Raisin in the Pants
A legal drama about the status of a raisin left in a pocket on laundry day.
Who’s Afraid of Virginia’s Pants?
An inebriated couple exchange verbal barbs as they sort through their dirty laundry.
The Importance of Wearing Pants
Two young men practice deception by frequently changing their pants.
The story of a man’s unholy love for his mother’s pants.
Barefoot in the Pants
A newlywed couple find how hard it is to put on pants when you are already wearing shoes.
A Doll’s Pants
A marriage falls apart when a woman discovers what a small pants size her husband really wears.
The Pants of Dorian Gray
A young man’s pants increasingly show the stains of his escapades.
The Pants Menagerie
The story of a blogger who writes obsessively about pants.
Thanks to Painted Maypole, thespian and pantsblogger extraordinaire, whose recent flurry of pants posts has given me the much needed kick in the pants to get back to pantsblogging. Thanks also to John, who suggested the addition of Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Wear Pants.