Bobby (Trey McGee, left) and Teach (Michael McFadden, right) contemplate the inflated value of a rare coin in Red Curtain’s production of “American Buffalo,” opening Jan. 18 in Marysville. (Larry T. Lisk)

Bobby (Trey McGee, left) and Teach (Michael McFadden, right) contemplate the inflated value of a rare coin in Red Curtain’s production of “American Buffalo,” opening Jan. 18 in Marysville. (Larry T. Lisk)

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