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  • Artistic Director

    Kote  Abashidze  +995 599 94 60 10

  • General Director

    Sulkhan  Gogolashvili   +995 599 93 41 72

  • Head of Stage Team

    Kakhaber  Gogolashvili   +995 591 81 23 33

  • Technical Manager

    Giorgi  Puturidze   +995 595 70 57 06

  • Financial Manager

    Ekaterine  Gubeladze   +995 591 70 76 72

  • Purchasing Manager

    Lasha  Lipartiani   +995 591 81 22 81

  • Head of Administration

    Zeko  Khachidze

  • Chief Accountant

    NairaSilagadze   +995 591 81 22 25

     

  • Art Manager

    Ketevan Mamukelashvili   +995 591 40 35 03

  • PR Manager

    Nana Kajaia   +995 595 65 94 88

  • HR Manager

    Sonia Jikia   +995 591 81 20 80

  • Lawyer

    Tamar  Ebralidze   +995 591 81 21 20

  • Head of the Museum

    Tsitso Kheladze   +995 595 50 94 24

E-mail:

info@meskhishvilitheatre.ge

November

Artistic  Director

Kote  Abashidze

General  Director

Sulkhan  Gogolashvili

Stars

Honored Artists of Georgia

Actors

  The history of the Kutaisi Theatre is made rich by prominent public figures, culture and theatre representatives, as well as significant theatrical events. The great traditions are proudly carried on by the Meskhishvilians’ new generation.

  On March 3, 1861 the first historical performance, G. Eristavi’s comedy “Break Up”, was performed by amateur actors in Kutaisi. This performance gave birth to a new movement in history of the Georgian Theatre. In 1885, Kote Meskhi, a famous actor and director, became the head of a professional troupe that was founded in 1880.

  During 1894-1905 years the manager of the Kutaisi theatre was the great Georgian actor and director, public figure Lado Aleksi Meskhishvili.

  In 1928 under the leadership of Kote Marjanishvili, another state theatre, the Kutaisi-Batumi Theatre, was established in Kutaisi. During the first two theatrical seasons, this great director and actor, together with the most eminent stars of Georgia, staged his best performances.

  The Kutaisi Theatre was named in honor of Lado Meskhishvili in 1940. A new building, with its unique architectural structure, was officially opened in 1955 and in 2009 was granted the status of a monument.

  In 2008 a new 100 seat stage and a theatre museum, depicting its history, opened.

  Initiated by the Ministry of Culture and Monument Protection of Georgia, the Grand Star unveiling ceremonies were held between 2009 and 2013 to honor artists Anzor Kherkhadze, Eva Khutunashvili, Eremia Svanadze, Natela Sagharadze and Lamara Vashakidze, who shaped Georgian culture and gained wide audiences. Their stars, displayed at the main entrance, proudly welcome theatre lovers to this magnificent building.

 

 

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