Artistic director of The Iron Theatre. Founder and director of the L.T.D. Centre for the Arts. Associate professor of the Shota Rustaveli Theatre and Film Georgia State University.
In 1981 he graduated from the Shota Rustaveli Theatre and Film Georgia State University. In 2004 he successfully finished a full programme of the International Cultural Course organized by the US State Department.
Production at Sokhumi State Drama Theatre:
Face to Face, a psychological drama by Alexander Gelman.
Wisdom of Invention, tales by Sulkhan-Saba Orbeliani, classical writer of 18th century Georgia; Hermit (Channel 1 of Georgian TV), a poem by 19th-century Georgian poet and writer Ilia Chavchavadze, scripted by D. Andguladze; Faith of Kartli (Channel 1 of Georgian TV), a poem by 19th-century Georgian poet Nikolos Baratashvili, scripted by D. Andguladze.
Productions for the Marjanishvili Academic Drama Theatre:
The Ways that Lead to You, play by modern Georgian playwright Lasha Tabukashvili; Stella and Evil Soul, based on the play Dear Liar by Jerome Kilty and George Bernard Shaw’s private correspondence with the English actress P. Campbell, who was the first to play Eliza Doolittle in Pygmalion, scripted by D. Andguladze; The Guardians of the Grail, after the novel by Grigol Robakidze, an emigrant Georgian writer of the early 20th century, scripted by D. Andguladze; Hand of the Master, after the novel by Konstantine Gamsakhurdia, the 20th-century classical writer of Georgia, scripted by D. Andguladze; The 38th, based on Shakespeare’s Hamlet and Stoppard’s Rosencrantz and Guildenstern are Dead, scripted by D. Andguladze and T. Japaridze.
Production at the Rustaveli National Theatre:
Chamber No. 6, after Anton Chekhov, scripted by D. Andguladze. Productions for the Akhmeteli Repertory Theatre: The Stray Dogs of Paliashvili Street, after two plays by young Georgian writer Aka Morchiladze, scripted by D.Andguladze and T.Japaridze; Betrayal, by Harold Printer; Doomsday or The Visit, after F. Durrenmatt’s play The Visit; The Midwinter Night’s Dream, after O. Yoseliani’s play Six Spinsters and One Man, scripted by D.Andguladze.
Productions for The Iron Theatre:
Quite a Different Opera, after Brecht’s play The Threepenny Opera; Farm, after George Orwell’s novel Animal Farm; Quite a Different Opera (second edition).
Prize ‘The best production of the year on Georgian TV’ (for Hermit); Prize ‘The best production of the year on Georgian TV’ (for Faith of Kartli); Prize Best stage-direction” (for The Ways that Lead to You); The Marjanishvili prize-winner (for The Guardians of the Grail); The Akhmeteli prize-winner (for The Stray Dogs of Paliashvili Street); Prize for Best Stage Direction (for The Stray Dogs of Paliashvili Street).