Breaking Wave Theatre
Breaking Wave Theatre Company is 501(c)(3) nonprofit theatre company that aims to affect positive change in our community through theatre and the arts. All donations will go to supporting our work in the community.
Masters of the Currents
TeAda Productions, Humanities Guåhan, and Breaking Wave Theatre Company present the Guam premiere of Masters of the Currents. Created by Leilani Chan and Ova Saopeng with Innocenta Sound-Kikku and members of Micronesian communities in the U.S., this is a powerful theatrical journey based on the experiences of Micronesians who have left their island nations due to environmental and economic pressures, and must overcome conflicts of identity and belonging in their new home of Hawai’i. After touring through Hawai’i and the continental U.S., Masters of the Currents will premiere in Guåhan. The show opens at the University of Guam Fine Arts Theatre on Oct. 6 and runs through Oct. 8. For tickets and more information, visit bwtcguam.com.
This tour is part of the nationwide "Democracy and the Informed Citizen" initiative funded by a grant awarded to Humanities Guåhan from the Mellon Foundation in partnership with the Federation of State Humanities Councils.This project is also supported in part by a sponsorship to Humanities Guåhan from the Guam Council on the Arts and Humanities Agency, the National Endowment for the Arts, Government of Guam, and the Office of the Governor with additional support from the Hawai’i People’s Fund.
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Some of our work focuses on exploring serious issues relating to mental health, substance abuse, and more. We understand that the feelings brought upon through this exploration may not always end after the curtain closes. If you are looking for support and healing surrounding your experiences, the following resources are available and accessible for you:
BLACK LIVES MATTER
We stand in solidarity with the Black Lives Matter movement, and we will remain committed to doing our part in the fight against racial injustice. We believe in the power of using the arts to amplify marginalized voices, and we will continue to highlight these stories in our work. For more ways you can support the BLM movement, click here.
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The pandemic has caused a rise in Anti-Asian racism. We stand together to condemn Asian Hate, and we call on our leaders to take action to protect our elders and our communities. To report an incident or to learn about how you act now, click here.