In Georgia, there’s a very good director: Mikhail Ivanovich Tumanishvili. He’s not just a wonderful director, he’s an amazing individual. Everyone who has managed to see his shows or meet him in person takes something bright to heart. He formerly directed the Rustaveli Theatre and developed there a large company of people, who are today the pride of the Georgian theatre. Afterwards, he led (or, more likely than not, created) another smaller theatre, made up of his new students. There, the spirit of a real creative laboratory has already reigned for some years now. Every teacher probably dreams of such a laboratory. And every such teacher knows how complicated it is to create such a theatre, and then sustain in it the right atmosphere.