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2023 Season​

CHamoru Play Festival (w/ UOG Theatre)

This festival brought together six works by CHamoru playwrights to celebrate the lives and stories of the CHamoru people from the past, present and ​future.

Summer Camp & Stellaluna

In Summer 2023, we hosted a Youth Summer Theatre Camp, where campers cultivated important skills such as confidence, communication and ​collaboration through theatre. As a part of the process, campers performed Stellaluna and Other Tales.

Hita Mane’estoria (w/ UOG Theatre)

A staged reading of 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 full production will be coming in 2025.

A Midwinter Night’s Gala

We celebrated five years of building and enriching the creative community with A Midwinter Night’s gala, a murder mystery dinner theatre experience ​set in the fairy forests of Guam.

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2022 Season​

Much Ado About Nothing

Performed Outdoors and set in modern day Guam, Much Ado About Nothing by William Shakespeare in a Modern Translation by Ranjit Bolt invited ​members of our community to gather to enjoy a classic story of love, wit, and forgiveness. The modern verse translation and staging cracked ​Shakespeare open anew, offering audiences the chance to see and hear themselves inside his timeless language and stories.

Games of the Stage

Games of the Stage encouraged the community to engage in the art of improv, building important skills for on-stage and off-stage.

BWTC Podcast Plays: Legends of Guåhan (Season 1)

In this season, join us as we explore theatrical adaptations of our favorite Legends of Guåhan. Season 1 of the podcast plays are available for ​streaming here.

Masters of the Currents (w/ TeAda Productions & Humanities Guåhan)

In Fall 2022, BWTC partnered with TeAda Productions and Humanities Guåhan to present the Guam premiere of TeAda’s Masters of the Currents. ​The show 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.

Storytelling on the Stage (w/ the Guam Museum)

As a part of the Guam Museum’s HITA Talk series, we shared about BWTC and the work we do with the local community.

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2021 Season​

Breaking Rave

In partnership with AltrxEgo Entertainment, a virtual “breaking rave” fundraiser was held to raise funds to support BWTC. If you’d like to support us, ​you can donate here.

Unspoken; Volume III - Reaching Across

To adhere to safety guidelines during the pandemic, Unspoken; Volume III - Reaching Across, was filmed and streamed for global audiences. ​Unspoken III explored the themes of mental health through many ways, including reaching through different barriers to have hard conversations and ​reaching out to support other members of our community.

The Coffee Chat Series (2021)

Through 2021, we continued our Coffee Chat Series, bringing together artists and change makers worldwide to connect about important topics ​affecting the theatre industry.

The Elite Elf Squad (w/ Agana Shopping Center)

To bring holiday cheer to the community, we presented “The Elite Elf Squad,” an original holiday show at the Agana Shopping Center.

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2020 Season​

The Coffee Chat Series (2020)

As part of our virtual offers during the pandemic, we hosted a monthly Coffee Chat Series to address issues such as politics and representation in ​theatre.

Play Readers Club

To keep connected virtually, we hosted a Play Readers Club, where we read and discussed various plays, highlighting work by BIPOC and Women ​playwrights.

Unspoken; Volume II - Live From Home

Unspoken; Volume II continued the conversation, which began in 2019, about mental health and suicide prevention on the island of Guam. In 2020, ​we took it “Live from Home” with a series of original works about mental health from creatives on Guam and beyond.

Creators Collective

As a way to keep creatives engaged during the lockdowns, we launched an online community group, the Creators Collective. Members were given ​prompts and the opportunity to share their works virtually.

A Virtual Celebration of the Arts

To end our first year of virtual programming, we highlighted the work of Guam artists through digital platforms.

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2019 Season​

21 Chump Street & Enamored

Enamored featured original plays, poems, songs, and films created by local artists in the Marianas that dealt with themes highlighted by Lin-Manuel ​Miranda’s 21 Chump Street. 21 Chump Street is a 14-minute musical based on a true story. The show toured through local middle schools and high ​schools, bringing free theatre directly to youth of the island.

Creative Workshops

In April, we produced another improv show with our BWTC Improv Troupe. Through 2019, we offered a series of free workshops for the community, ​highlighting topics such as improv, playwriting, and dance.


A clothesline is a news forecast to neighbors passing by, displaying both good times and bad, and Lola Rosa is airing out her truth for the very first ​time. In this story, we examined the life of a comfort woman, whose story is anything but. Comfort is a one-woman show based on the true story of ​Maria “Rosa” Henson, who at the age of 16 was taken by the Japanese forces in the Philippines during the height of World War II.

Unspoken; A Mental Health Anthology (w/ UOG Theatre)

Unspoken was a collection of youth pieces, local works, and an original musical that explored the topics of mental health, substance abuse, and ​suicide prevention. This show aimed to open up the conversation about mental health and suicide prevention in hopes of breaking the silence and ​fighting the stigma surrounding these issues.

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2018 Season​

Tuesdays with Morrie

Tuesdays with Morrie was BWTC’s inaugural production in April 2018. Based on the book by Mitch Albom, this show challenged audiences to think ​about the meaning of life.

The Summer Sessions

As a part of our mission to educate and promote life-long learning, we held summer workshops in costuming and improv to share with the ​community.

Improv Shows

After hosting improv workshops through Summer 2018, we hosted various performances by our BWTC Improv Troupe, highlighting the joys of ​comedy and improv.

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.

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