NORFOLK, Neb. -- Northeast Community College students are getting ready to premiere a unique play production called 'Crazytown' in the Cox Activities Center.

News Channel Nebraska sat down for an exclusive interview with the director of the production, Adam Peterson, about what to expect if you go see the production tonight or over the weekend. 

Peterson mentioned the entire production was put together by the theatre students. 

"A really neat thing about this production is where we typically partner with the Norfolk Community Theatre, this is entirely college produced," he said. "It's produced by students in a theatre course. In that course, they learn the fundamentals of design and then they actually have to build the play and make it happen," added Peterson. 

The students had a couple of options at the beginning of the process when deciding what type of play to produce. Peterson said he thinks the reason the students chose this type of play is that it's so unique.

"I think because it's just so much fun," he said. "You get to just sit back and enjoy the night. This play really presents the challenge of so many settings happening so quickly and the students wanted to rise to that challenge," Peterson said. 

The production starts Thursday at 7:30 p.m. in the Cox Activities Center.  The performances will also run Friday, Saturday, and Sunday. Sunday's start time will be 2 pm.

Admission is $5 for students and $10 for adults. Anyone with a valid Northeast Community College ID is admitted for free. 

Northeast was also highlighting other areas of the arts around the college on Thursday.

Poetry, prose, performance, graphic design, and art were among the areas that were featured during the College’s Arts Expo.