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.

Current Projects

2022 Season

Much Ado About Nothing

By William Shakespeare in a Modern Verse Translation by Ranjit Bolt

Breaking Wave Theatre Company presents our Spring production of Much Ado About Nothing by William Shakespeare in a Modern Translation by Ranjit Bolt. Performed Outdoors and set in modern day Guam, Much Ado About Nothing will invite members of our community to gather safely to enjoy a classic story of love, wit, and forgiveness. The modern verse translation and staging will crack Shakespeare open anew, offering audiences the chance to see and hear themselves inside his timeless language and stories.

  • May 5 - 7: Doors open at 6:30 PM, show starts at 7 PM

  • May 8: Doors open at 4:30 PM, show starts at 5 PM

For the safety of our team and our patrons, all audience members will be required to wear masks for this production.

This production is supported by AltrXEgo Entertainment, Play On Shakespeare, Humanities Guåhan, the National Endowment for the Humanities, the T-Factory, and the University of Guam.

This program is made possible by funding from Humanities Guåhan, the National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH) and the federal American Rescue Plan (ARP) Act of 2021. Any views expressed do not necessarily represent those of Humanities Guåhan or the National Endowment for the Humanities.

With additional support from the Hitz Foundation and Play On Shakespeare. MUCH ADO ABOUT NOTHING in this translation by Ranjit Bolt was a commission by Play On Shakespeare, Lue Morgan Douthit Artistic Director, with a grant from Dave and Ken Hitz.

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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:

GBHWC, 24-hour Crisis Helpline

(671) 647-8833

National Suicide Prevention Lifeline

1-800-273-TALK (8255)


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.


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.