Marianne Owen and Kurt Beattie play a hand of cards and share life stories in “The Gin Game.” (Village Theater photo)

Marianne Owen and Kurt Beattie play a hand of cards and share life stories in “The Gin Game.” (Village Theater photo)

‘The Gin Game’ showcases two longtime Seattle theater pros

The married duo of Kurt Beattie and Marianne Owen are superb in the Village Theatre production.

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