Katelyn Brisson, the daughter of Richard Brisson and Denise Jutras of Lancaster, took part as one of the leads, Meg MaGrath in "Crimes of the Heart," the Pulitzer-winning dark comedy by Beth Henley, staged by Saint Michael's College in the McCarthy Arts Center Theater on Nov. 2-5. Scandal, family dynamics, attempted murder -- they all came together -- in "Crimes," the main-stage fall theater production of the college theater department.

Brisson, a senior education and theater double major, graduated from White Mountains Regional High School before coming to Saint Michael's in Colchester, Vt.

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