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August 16, 1992|By John Dorsey

Three artists work in different situations

"Situations," opening Saturday at School 33, brings together three artists whose work deals with individuals in different kinds of situations. Jean Ohring's paintings of figures in interior settings explore relationships between individuals. Edgar Kel Smith's photographic works are autobiographical; his narrative assemblages of found and family snapshots reflect the artist's experience. Stuart P. Stein's paintings deal with the artist's response to his environment. The show runs through Oct. 2 at School 33 Art Center, 1427 Light St. Call (410) 396-4641.

Totem Pole Playhouse will close its season with a two-week run of "Luv," Murray Schisgal's comedy about a romantic triangle, beginning Tuesday and continuing through Aug. 30. Show times are Tuesdays to Saturdays at 8:30 p.m., with matinees Wednesdays and Saturdays at 2:30 p.m. and Sundays at 3 p.m. Tickets are $11-$17.

The play features Baltimorean Wil Love, a veteran of more than 20 Totem Pole seasons. Totem Pole Playhouse is located in Fayetteville, Pa., 14 miles west of Gettysburg. For more information, call (717) 352-2164.

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J. Wynn Rousuck Singer, composer and pianist Ray Charles returns to Pier Six Concert Pavilion Wednesday at 8 p.m. With hits dating from "It Should've Been Me," the prolific Mr. Charles has been a familiar name on record charts for nearly 40 years and may well be the most successful soul artist of all time. Acoustic blues guitarist John Hammond opens Wednesday's show. Tickets are $25 for pavilion seats, $15 for the lawn. Call (410) 625-1400.

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