See it if you're interested in a discussion of self-love x trauma-based compulsory behavior, like dark, funny shows.
Don't see it if you're not interested in topical shows or do not enjoy humor that arises from pain.
See it if You want to hear (not altogether clear) discussions on race, privilege and relevance.
Don't see it if You need plays to have an emotional core, or you like theatrical plays.
See it if You loved the movie and just wanna hear the same lines and see the same story on stage. You liked "Dear Evan Hansen"
Don't see it if You want a fresh take or are expecting something different and new - or care about a nuanced score.
See it if You wanna think about how rape culture invades every aspect of our lives
Don't see it if You expect to truly empathize with a rape victim or understand how sexual assault affects creates trauma
See it if You're interested in a discussion of equality vs justice - whether the rules apply for all or they are context-dependent.
Don't see it if You don't like points to be bluntly stated instead of subtlety made, you prefer character plays over idea plays.
See it if You enjoy funny period pieces (where some of the humor comes from people not knowing any better), you enjoy meta shows that discuss theatre
Don't see it if You are, in the words of one of the characters, "allergic to the shenanigans" of having the play break the fourth wall and talk about itself
See it if You like Leguizamo, you're not familiar with Latin American history, you want to challenge your worldview
Don't see it if You're a history buff who's prickly with the facts, you want a personal story
See it if You wanna learn about (or more about) the KPop genre, if you like immersive experiences or plain just wanna have fun.
Don't see it if you get tired easily (there's a lot of walking and standing), you don't like pop music, you need subtlety to enjoy writing.