It's been a few years, I kind of remember it. There may even be a paper in my files on it; I'll have to take a look and see.
From what I recall it was a rather sad and depressing tale about how to patronize a young lady (Laura? Laurel?) by setting her up on a date because she's handicapped and couldn't possibly ever be worthy of a man's affections. That offended me a bit.
Tennessee Williams had written a novel or novella or maybe a story on which the play comes from (cannot remember what it was called). Williams was good at character development, in all his works, the characters burst into life as if right in front of me.
If I have anything in my files, I will glance over it and give a summary.
When is that lesson plan going to start moving into full length books? Maybe the works of Edith Wharton?