The Ozark Arts Council and the Theatre Company of Harrison present "Last Round-up of the Guacamole Queens", a gut-busting Jones Hope Wooten farce. A stand-alone play in its own right, "Last Round-Up" is also the third and final comedy in the Verdeen Cousins Texas Trilogy that begins with The Red Velvet Cake War and continues with Rex’s Exes. In this Southern-fried comedy, the Verdeen cousins of Sweetgum, Texas are up against the clock as they frantically attempt to produce the ultimate high school reunion before the old school building is demolished. But they’ve got a bushel of obstacles to overcome before they can pull off this miracle: Gaynelle is reeling from the humiliating demise of her loathed ex-husband; Peaches’ romantic life has tanked because the older her dates get, the more horrified they are by her job as a mortuarial cosmetologist; and Jimmie Wyvette is trying to live down her on-camera catfight with a local televangelist. To top it all off, the cousins need to impress a governor’s aide with their party-planning capabilities, so that they can nab the plum job of throwing the governor’s birthday bash—and keep their business afloat. Performances will be Thursday through Saturday Sept 14-16 at 7:00pm and Sunday the 17th at 2:00pm at the Lyric Theatre in Harrison. Advance tickets are $12 for adults, $10 for students and seniors, and $8 for children; tickets at the door rise to $15/$13/$11. Visit http://www.thelyricharrison.org or call (870) 391-3504 for tickets.