Two short plays by Tennessee Williams, I Can’t Imagine Tomorrow and Something Unspoken, are currently being performed at Pentameters Theatre, directed by Séamus Newham. In I Can’t Imagine Tomorrow (1966), two former lovers and old friends share intimate evenings at the woman’s home, showing bravery in the face of chronic pain and acute shyness. In Something Unspoken (1958), a wealthy Southern spinster and her live-in secretary bicker and argue, yet there is always “something unspoken” in their relationship. Funny and sharply observed, it is humorous yet bittersweet. An enjoyable evening for all fans of Williams’ work.