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Steve Martin's farce "The Underpants," which skewers middle class conformity, is an adaptation of the German farce "Die Hose" by playwright Carl Sternheim. From Stoppard to trailer trash. In the play, which Martin adapted from the work by Carl Sternheim , the character of Theo is pretty much a swine, a penny-pinching, ego-conscious bureaucrat who is utterly oblivious to the needs of his sex-starved wife, Louise played by Meredith Patterson.
The remaining sections of this chapter provide a description of the themes, plots, and characters that recur in the work of Expressionist dramatists, including Ernst Toller, Georg Kaiser, Carl Sternheim , Frank Wedekind, Walter Hasenclever, and Fritz von Unruh.
Francois Orsini. Pirandello e l'Europa. News from TCG. Carl Sternheim and his wife Thea had been living in Belgium since and their house was a major meeting-place for the colony of ex-patriate German writers. Die deutsche literarische 'Kriegskolonie' in Belgien, In regard to history and politics, expressionism continued the satirical rejection of complacent bourgeois values begun by such writers as Carl Sternheim - and Wedekind. Becher called the novel a 'Skandal', while Carl Sternheim greeted it with extravagant praise.