Anna Bergman: In "You're All the World to Me," the singer revisits beloved romantic songs from places where she grewup as the daughter of an American diplomat. The versatile soprano performs in multiple languages and styles that range froms tandards and Broadway tunes, French chanson and German cabaret, to Neapolitan songs, Viennese operetta and Italian opera. 7:30 pm, Kravis Center for the Performing Arts, 701Okeechobee Blvd., West Palm Beach. 561-832-7469. $35.
Dark Horse Flyer: Atrio of South Florida rockers teamed up in the mid-'70s as the band Breeze and recorded an album before life took them in different directions. Now, some 40 years later, the guys have reunited, laying downa modern, vintage groove that includes classic rock, folk, soul and R&B. The sextet hits the stage behind the release of their album, "Breakaway," a nine-song disc that runs the gamut from upbeat party rock to Latin to jazz. 8:00 pm, Boca Black Box, 8221 Glades Road, Boca Raton. 561-483-9036. $15-$30.
No Way to Treat a Lady: Amusical comedy thriller about an actor who discovers that his greatest role is as a real-life serial killer and the detective who is tracking him. 8:00 pm, Stage Door Theatre, 8036W. Sample Road, Margate. 954-344-7765. $38-$42.
Citizen: Noted NYC-based choreographer Reggie Wilson brings his dance company, Fist and Heel Performance Group, to South Florida. The new, evening-long dance piece is presented locally by Tiger Tail Productions. 8:30 pm, Miami-Dade County Auditorium, 2901W. Flagler St. 305-547-5414. $20-$50.