BRITT | Those who attend the West Hancock High School spring play on Friday or Saturday night will also see a talent show.
This year's play is a comedy titled "Crisis, Inc.," which will be preceded by "West Hancock's Got Talent," which begins at 7 p.m.
Students and staff signed up to perform musical numbers, a speech piece and even a magic act during the 30-minute talent show.
After a 15-minute intermission, the play will start.
"Crisis, Inc.," is about a company "that panics for you in your time of crisis," said director Sharayah Vorland.
The crisis consultants "freak out" on behalf of their clients so they can stay calm and focus on the issues, she said.
The crisis could be exams or something going terribly wrong in the workplace.
Freshman Blake Baker, who plays one of the crisis consultants, said his character takes on other people's problems "and makes them worse."
Junior Nathan Cabrera, stage manager for "Crisis, Inc.," said the play is a lot of fun because of "all these frantic people running around."
Tickets are $5 for adults and $3 for students and can be purchased at the door.
Doors open at 6:30 p.m. both nights.