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

A Midwinter Night's Gala


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Gala proceeds will go toward supporting our 501(c)3 nonprofit organization - please contact for full table purchases and sponsorship opportunities. 

Breaking Wave Theatre Company is a recipient of the THRIVE! Uplifting Theatres of Color - RECOGNIZE regranting program, funded by the Doris Duke Charitable Foundation, and administered by Theatre Communications Group, the national organization for theatre leading for a just and thriving theatre ecology. This gala is supported in part by House of Xcellence, UOG Theatre, UOG College of Liberal Arts and Social Sciences, and Remax Realty. BWTC is also supported by our company sponsor, AltrxEgo Entertainment.

2023 Season

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Breaking Wave Theatre Company (BWTC) proudly presents the staged reading Hita Mane’estoria: We Are Storytellers, a new play written by 5 CHamoru writers based in Guam and the diaspora. Inspired by interviews with elders in the writers’ families, this collection of five intergenerational stories explores stories from the lives of manåmko’ told through the perspective of their children and grandchildren. 

The staged reading of Hita Mane’estoria: We Are Storytellers will take place from October 5 thru 7 at 7pm at the UOG Fine Arts Theatre. Audiences are welcome and encouraged to stay for an audience feedback discussion following each performance, where they will be able to give feedback as well as discuss what parts of the play resonates with them.

The play Hita Mane’estoria is a result of BWTC’s Oral Storytelling Project, which began in 2022 and included a series of workshops for writers to develop stories from their elders into stage plays. One of the project’s main goals was to be able to create work for and by the indigenous community of Guam, inspired by the island’s manåmko’ and history of oral storytelling. 

Tickets for the show will be cash only at the door. General Admission is $10.00 and Family Admission is $20.00. UOG STUDENT Admission is Free.

Summer Theatre Camp

Breaking Wave Theatre Company (BWTC) proudly presents Stellaluna and Other Tales, with book and lyrics by Allyn Cardarelli and Music by Steve Goers, a production put together by the participants of our Summer Theatre Camp. We invite audiences of all ages, including families, to join us and enjoy this production by our young something or other. The show Stellaluna and Other Tales will run on July 27 and 28 at 7:00 PM at the University of Guam Fine Arts Theatre. 

Based on the work of Janell Cannon, Stellaluna and Other Tales is a delightful musical that appeals to all ages and features familiar characters from loved stories. In the musical, Stellaluna the bat, Verdi the snake and Pinduli the hyena all seek refreshment at a watering hole one hot day, only to be bullied by a lion. Through sharing stories with each other about building self-confidence, the three animals find wisdom, peace and friendship.

Stellaluna and Other Tales is a production that features the skills and work of the campers, from the front of the stage to behind it. Be sure not to miss it!

Tickets for the show will be cash only at the door. General Admission is $10.00 and Family Admission is $20.00. 


Stellaluna and Other Tales is presented by special arrangement with

Broadway Licensing, LLC. (

NOTE TO AUDIENCE: The videotaping or audio and/or visual recording of this production is a violation of United States Copyright Law and an actionable federal offense.

We are Here for You

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, reach out to 988.