Ta(m)ta is an actress, director, lecturer and performer. For her PhD Thesis she researches the body and the improvisational movement as the most genuine and free form of conveying emotional openness. Her professional experience is diverse, she works with various directors, as an actress, as well as staging performances in Georgia , also European countries, she is a participant in numerous international projects and member of the jury of several student international theater festivals. she is a lecturer in acting and stage movement at Shota Rustaveli Theatre and Film Georgia state University and also conducts workshops at various theater universities around the world, such as Rose Bruford College, (London, United Kingdom), Theatre Arts studio founded by Yoram Lowenstein (Tel Aviv, Israel) , National Academy of Dance (Rome , Italy) and etc.
In addition, she creates independent video performances, which she considers to be the best way to express her creative processes and aesthetics.

Experience & Education

Assistant Professor in Acting and Stage Movement (2015 – Present)

Trainee lecturer in Acting and Stage Movement (2021 – present)


PhD – Acting, School of Drama  (09/2020-present )

M.A Degree in Theatre Art – Profession aworded: Drama Director School of Drama (09/2016 – 09/2018)
B.A. Degree in Theatre Art – Profession Awarded: Theatre and film Actress School of Drama (09/2011-09/2015)