Paul and Rosalind, two former lovers who are thrown together for a play when another actress learns she is pregnant, find their romance reignited by the Noel Coward show about a divorced couple honeymooning at the same place with new spouses. The scene is from “Moon Over Buffalo” now playing at the Lyric Theatre in Brownwood. Confusion over whether Rosalind’s new fiancé is actually a noted film producer, whether the repertory company is supposed to perform “Private Lives” or “Cyrano de Bergerac,” and whether the marriage of the two leads in those two shows — Rosalind’s parents — can even survive help to generate comedy in this fast-paced show. Paul and Rosalind are played by real-life husband and wife Jonathan and Billie Harvey. “Moon Over Buffalo” opened Thursday, and continues with 7:30 p.m. performances tonight and Saturday, plus 2:30 p.m. matinees Saturday and Sunday. Saturday is First Responders Day, and fire, police and EMTs can purchase tickets at half-price. Five more shows are scheduled next week.