Ani Khidesheli


I remember exactly why I chose the profession of theatre director. The best thing about it is that I have never doubted my decision. In my profession there are couple things that I enjoy the most: I love the process of rehearsal and process of the preparations for premiere. I like observing how my actors turn into their characters, to observe the audience while watching the performance on the premiere day.

There are most fundamental aspect of the profession of theatre director: Imagination, people and relations. These aspects make the profession worth.
Albert Einstein once said: “Logic will get you from A to B. Imagination can get you anywhere”.
Imagination gives us the chance to express ourselves in the most unbelievable and crazy way.
Audience is one more aspect that makes the performance and play to come to life.
It’s what creates a continuous chain that maintains the realm of the theatre next to the high-scale arts.


Born in 1991, 1th of November, Tbilisi

Enrolled at Shota Rustaveli Theatre and Film Georgia State University in 2012

Plays at Kote Marjanishvili Drama Theatre:

Leonard Gershe: “Butterflies are free”

Eric Emanuel Schmitt: “Oscar and the lady in pink”

Marcel Carne: “ The Cheaters ”

William Shakespeare: “Macbeth”

John Boynton Pristley: “An Inspector Calls”

Ray Cooney: “Bad Boys”

Gori Eristavi Theatre:

Ray Cooney: “Lacy”