'The Point,' an experimental piece on industrial life, to play at 0) Dundalk
"The Point," an experimental theater piece based on Mark Reutter's 1988 book, "Sparrows Point," will be presented Friday and Saturday, at 8 p.m., in the Dundalk Community College Lecture Hall. Admission is free.
The production features a cast of eight, several of whom have relatives who worked at the Point. Director Suzanne Beal says, "It shows the complexities of industrial life in the early 20th century, both from the perspectives of the industrialists who created [the steelworks] and from the people who worked there." The script was adapted by Kenneth F. Hoke-Witherspoon; original music is by Julius Fischer. For more information call 285-9667.
@ The University of Maryland Baltimore County launches its second season of Harmonia Sacra, a subscription series of sacred chamber music, Tuesday at 8 p.m. in Charlestown
Chapel, 711 Maiden Choice Lane. This opening concert is titled "A Salute to Columbus" and features the National Gallery of Art Vocal Arts Ensemble performing rarely heard works by Sweelinck, Pygott and Scarlatti, as well as recently discovered Spanish music from colonial Latin America.
Subscriptions for the four-concert season are $25 general admission, $16 for students and seniors; single concert tickets are $8 and $5. For more information, call 455-2942. Pianist Justin Kolb will perform today at 3 p.m. as a guest artist in the Chapel Concerts of Charlestown series at 711 Maiden Choice Lane. Mr. Kolb, known for his down-to-earth and comic interactions with the audience, will perform works by Beethoven, Debussy, Starer and Liszt. Admission is free. For more information call 536-4762.