Philaletheis presented Torch Song Trilogy (1978) by Harvey Fierstein, directed by Joseph DeFilippis ’89. “It’s hectic. It’s all time-consuming. It’s been my entire life for the past month,” DeFilippis told The Miscellany News, “I thought it would be nice to see things that are more contemporary. This play focuses on different characters, but it’s all about basic human emotions whether it’s a drag queen or his mother.” The trilogy consisted of three one-act plays: International Stud, Fugue in a Nursery and Widows and Children First!