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JFK and Inga Binga

The true story of a future president’s whirlwind romance in WWII Charleston.

Julian Wiles’s JFK and Inga Binga tells the incredible true story of young Ensign John F. Kennedy and his WWII affair with Inga Arvad, a former Miss Denmark, and suspected Nazi spy. Drawn from the secret files of FBI Director J. Edgar Hoover and set in the Ft. Sumter House Hotel on the Battery, with FBI agents listening in from the room next door, this farcical retelling of the youthful exploits of the man who would be President, brought down the house at the Dock Street Theatre when it world-premiered in 2012 and now returns for an encore engagement.

Single tickets for JFK and Inga Binga go on sale September 27. Season tickets now on sale.
Prices: $35.50-$75.50