Broadway is a bully in April, stealing attention, if not lunch money, from theater everywhere else in the city. But with the end of the bigfoot season on April 27 — the date by which productions must have opened to compete for this June’s Tony Awards — it’s once again safe for the smart, weird shows to come out and play. Aside from revivals of established masterworks, including the Sondheim-Weidman musical “Pacific Overtures,” at Classic Stage Company, and Beckett’s “Happy Days,” at Theater for a New Audience, May looks to be hospitable to a wide range of proudly oddball productions, Off Broadway and beyond. Here are five that I’m especially looking forward to on my first day as the new co-chief theater critic here at The New York Times. To read more, click here.