Director: Ioane (vano) Xutsishvili
Sets Designer : Teo Kukhianidze
Musical designer : Giorgi Jiqia
Assistant to director: Nino Uchaneishvili
Slava NaTenadze, Giorgi Zanguri, Natlia Kuloshvili, Nuca Sulaberidze, Giorgi Jiqia
The purpose of the performance is to examine the existentialistic condition of human after war. What heritage do war and violence leave? Realizing personal ego after the war. How does war affect humans, their families and relationships? From self-preservation instinct till destruction. Sin, as a new knowledge in human that causes self-destruction. Self-destruction is cause by existential realizing of the past and future, traditional dogmas and complex skills. Was is self-destruction.
Date of Premire:19.04.2018
Duration: 180 minutes, with two Intermissions
The tour group: 14 persons
I am creating another theater with the slogan: Produce less, but better. It will be a free theatre for the free audience. Only the talented actors will be given the opportunity to perform.
Avto Varsimashvili, 31 March, 2001.
“Liberty Theatre is an property of famous Georgian director Avtandil Varsimashvili. The second theatre after “Theatral Basement” that Mr. Varsimashvili opened in Tbilisi. The architectural form of the theatre is the ship the representation of liberty.
“Liberty Theatre” is of the top Georgian theatres. It is the only Georgian theatre where the tickets are sold two-three weeks before the play.
Theatre has 20 professional actors of different age. Theatre’s program includes 15 plays, which are delivered everyday, except Monday.
On the basis of “Liberty Theatre” was created “Vars-Studia”, which makes feature films. The studio produced 2 feature films, which had fantastic success in Georgia’s movie theatres.
“Liberty Theatre’s” actors have an active collaboration with television, so they are one of the most popular faces in Georgia.
“Liberty Theatre” tours a lote and participates in different theatral festivals. Russia, Ukraine, Germany, Latvia, Romania, Poland, Egypt, Turkey, Greece are among the countries which applauded “Liberty Theatre’s” plays.