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LEMONS LEMONS LEMONS LEMONS LEMONS is set in a not-so distant future where the government has passed a law limiting everyone to 140 words a day. The play’s depiction of this oppressive world centers around the relationship of a young couple, Bernadette and Oliver, who are learning how to communicate with each other. Their relationship continues to grow as their ability to use language to connect with each other is taken away, ultimately forcing them to find ways to adapt to their new circumstances. 

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