Last fall, audiences raved over “You Made Me Love You – A Tribute to Brice, Cantor & Jolson.” Due to popular demand, the electrifying show returns tonight to the Plaza Theatre, 262 S. Ocean Blvd. in Manalapan and runs through Septe. 14. Featuring their most memorable hits, including “My Man,” “Second Hand Rose,” and “California, Here I Come,” this musical revue pays tribute to the incomparable trio of vaudevillians turned Broadway and movie stars: Fanny Brice, Eddie Cantor and Al Jolson. Tickets start at $30. For show times and tickets, go to ThePlazaTheatre.net.
Arts Garage, 180 NE 1st St. in Delray Beach, presents the new musical, “Judge Jackie Justice,” by Christopher Dimond and Michael Kooman, tonight at 7:30 p.m. as part of its “Summer Tune-Up” series. Judge Jackie rules over her reality television courtroom with an iron fist, presiding over a three-ring circus of America's most chaotic civil cases….until she suffers a surprise drop in ratings and must face the liability of her own love life in this over-the-top courtroom comedy. Tickets are $15-20 at ArtsGarage.org or call 561-450-6357.
The legendary Royal Room at the Colony Hotel, 155 Hammon Ave. in Palm Beach, presents the sultry jazz sounds of Nicole Henry, tonight and August 23 and 30. Her repertoire includes the American Songbook, classic and contemporary jazz titles, contemporary standards, blues, and originals and she has earned coveted spots on the Billboard Top-10 and HMV Japan jazz album lists. Enjoy the music, along with a three-course prix fixee dinner for $100 per person, excluding beverages and gratuity. For reservations, go to TheColonyPalmBeach.com or call 561-659-8100.
The Theatre League of South Florida’s summer play reading festival is winding down. Tonight, enjoy a reading of Paul Tei’s “Instant Classic,” at Mad Cat Theatre Co. at The SandBox, 9816 NE 2nd Ave. in Miami Shores, at 7:30 p.m. The play explores the disintegrating relationships between four friends on one long night. As the booze and stories flow out of control, so do pressing questions about a missing partner. Tensions grow as they discover the uncomfortable truth. For more information and a schedule of remaining readings, go to SouthFloridaTheatre.com.
Hot on the tail of “Rifftrax Live: Sharknado,” the RiffTrax crew – Michael J. Nelson, Kevin Murphy and Bill Corbett, best known for the groundbreaking “Mystery Science Theater 3000” – are back to skewer that campy 1990s creature feature flop, “Godzilla,” as only they can. Nobody escapes the trio’s deadpan commentary, not even the radioactively mutated lizard in this crazy cinema event featuring performances from Matthew Broderick and Hank Azaria. Catch the national broadcast in theaters across the country tonight at 7:30 p.m. Tickets are $12.50 at FathomEvents.com.