Manana Abramishvili was born in 1980. She graduated from Shota Rustaveli Georgian State University of Theatre and Film acting faculty. Since 2007 she has been Shota Rustaveli Professional State Drama Theatre artist.
Her important roles performed at Shota Rustaveli Professional State Drama Theatre are the following:
Ana Freud (Eric-Emmanuel Schmitt “The Visitor”, directed by G. Gorgoshidze),
Firefighter (Max Frisch “Biedermann And The Fire Raisers”, directed by R.Sturua),
Amalia (Nedialko Ordanov’s “The Murder of Gonzago”, directed by G.Goshadze),
Preacher (Vazha-Pshavela “Host And Guest”, directed by G.Gorgoshidze),
Gertrude (“Hamlet.comX”, episodes from William Shakespeare “Hamlet”, directed by L.Khvichia),
Ana, Kokol (“Mad World” by Yukio Mishima and Peter Weiss, director – N. Liparteliani),
Mrs. Bedwin (L.Bart “Oliver!”, based on Charles Dickens “Oliver Twist”, directed by D.Sakvarelidze),
Adele (H. von Kleist “The Prince Homburg”, directed by G.Gorgoshidze);
Her other theatre credits include:
”It was… and what then?” based on Shakespeare’s “Romeo and Juliet”, directed by A. Bakradze, N. Kvaskhvadze, Theatre “LIFE”), “America” (N.Kvinikadze, directed by V.Purtskhvanidze, L.Nozadze),
“Verdict to Our Child” (P.K. Krotski, directed by L. Chincharauli),
“Benjamin” (Radislav Pachoha’s, directed by T. Leschinski, I. Gogia) and so forth.
Her film credits are the following:
“Galaktion Tabidze’s Biography” (directed by I. Kochlamazisvhili and a television series “Week-End” (directed by T. Palavandishvili).