Here’s a look at five of the most exciting plays coming to The Great White Way this season – with picks for every theater fan. 

Avant-Garde: Hand to God

If “Book of Mormon” and “Avenue Q” had a baby, it might be “Hand to God,” which shows how devout students of the Christian Puppet Ministry go astray when one rascally puppet begins to take on a sacrilegious personality all its own. Opens April 7 

Nostalgic: Finding Neverland

Wipe Allison Williams’ “Peter Pan” from your memory with the lush “Finding Neverland,” which follows J.M. Barrie (Matthew Morrison) from struggling playwright to author of one of the world’s most famous children’s stories. Opens April 15

Trendsetter: Fun Home

Those in the know caught this show at the Public Theater in 2013. Now everyone can see the hit musical based on Alison Bechdel’s graphic memoir about growing up in a funeral home and the secrets her family buried along the way. Opens April 19

Date Night: It Shoulda Been You 

If you’ve become a pro at breaking up fights and soothing weeping bridesmaids at your friends’ weddings, you’re ready for David Hyde Pierce’s new comedy about a bride and groom whose families make the Fockers look sane. Opens April 14

Traditionalist: Something Rotten 

Once upon a time, a hotshot named Shakespeare (Christian Borle) made it hard for other playwrights to earn a living. Led by Nick Bottom (Brian d’Arcy James), a band of unemployed artists decide to strike back by inventing the first musical. Opens April 22