This season is a rebranding one for Theatre at Arts Garage (561-450-6357). In addition to adding a black-box space, Theatre at Arts Garage has brought on two new creative voices: Resident Director Genie Croft and Producing Director Keith Garsson. While the duo will divvy up the directorial duties, all of the productions focus on edgy material. Through November 15, catch Sex with Strangers, a black comedy from House of Cards writer Laura Eason. Check out Arts Garage’s new black box with the psychological thriller Reborning from January 24 to February 14. Beginning February 28, return to the main stage and travel back in time to 1937 for The Devil’s Music: The Life and Blues of Bessie Smith. The season concludes in the black box with Smoke, a two-hander with sexual undertones, onstage from March 27 to April 17.