On the occasion of its world premiere (and Broadway-bound) production of Trevor: The Musical, Writers Theatre artistic director Michael Halberstam talks about the Chicago theatre community, its evolving so-called “style”, and the state of musical theatre (and theatre generally) in America. Featuring comparisons to London, cynical imperatives, lifeguard metaphors, and the invaluable barometer of My Fair Lady(Pictured: Eli Tokash as Trevor; photo by Michael Brosilow) (Length 20:41)