Is a pirate’s life for you? Check out this National Geographic Museum exhibit to discover the untold story of the Whydah, the first authenticated pirate ship found in U.S. waters. The Whydah was originally a slave ship that was captured by pirates while crossing the Atlantic and eventually sank in a storm in 1717. In this captivating exhibit you can learn about its pirate crew, view artifacts recovered from its bowels—including gold and silver coins—and learn how it was all extracted from the ocean floor. -Visit Website
Based on the 1997 British film, this rollicking Keegan Theatre production strips down to the bare essentials.
Check out more than 100 drawings and watercolors from artists including Delacroix, Monet, Degas and Cézanne.-Visit Website
Explore never before seen sculptures by Dreyfuss, on display to highlight the Kreeger Museum’s new reflecting pool.-Visit Website
The Corcoran Gallery of Arts Women’s Committee presents a selection of photos and paper-based works on self-exploration.-Visit Website
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