Review by Kathleen Campion 

Power Strip, despite being freighted with all the tales of innocents ravaged and legendary conquest the world has ever seen, is a right-now story.  In the grim confines of a Syrian refugee camp, Jasmin is forced to reframe her notions of virtue and value.  This is a thoughtful play that stays with you.

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Power Strip  –  By Sylvia Khoury; directed by Tyne Rafeli.

WITH: Dina Shihabi, Darius Homayoun, Ali Lopez-Sohaili, Peter Ganim.

Designed by Arnulfo Maldonado; lighting by Jen Schriever; sound by Matt Hubbs.

At e Claire Tow Theater in Lincoln Center Theater ,150 West 65th Street.  Running time: 90 minutes, no intermission.