In 1969 she graduated from the Shota Rustaveli Theatre and Film Georgia State University. Before that, she worked as an actress at the Zugdidi Theatre. After graduating from the University, she worked as an actress in Georgian Youth Theatre and, from 1970, at Rustaveli National Theatre.
At Sokhumi State Drama Theatre she was the author and director of Woman.
Productions in other theatres:
Akaki Tsereteli, Three Kinds of Love; Tamaz Chiladze, A Bird Has Died in the Grove co-directed with R. Sturua), Rustaveli Theatre; David Turashvili, One Fine Day, Kutaisi Lado Meskhishvili Theatre; David Turashvili, Monomania, Rustaveli Basement; Otia Ioseliani, Stepmother; Otia Ioseliani and Lasha Tabukashvili, Playing with Fire; Basa Janikashvili, Goodbye, Temur!, Telavi Vazha-Pshavela Theatre; Tolstoy, Buratino, Rustavi Theatre; M. Javakhishvili, Confrontation, (adaptation and direction by Lili Burbutashvili), Gori State Drama Theatre; Tolstoy, Buratino, Gori State Drama Theatre.
Zerbinette (Moliere “Scapin the Schemer”), Nechitailo (N. Khmelik “Scrap”) Youth Theatre, Guliko (Kita Buachidze “Tough Daughters”) – Zugdidi Theatre, Maid (Alexandre Chkhaidze “Bridge”), Farmer’s Wife (Polikarpe Kakabadze “Marriage of farmworker”), Ketino (Alexandre Chkhaidze “Free Theme”), Lady-in-waiting (Eugene Schwartz “Dragon”), The Old Woman (Bertold Brecht “The Good Person of Szechwan”), The Girl (Leo Kiacheli “Gadi Bigva”), Nanny, Beggar, Wife (Bertold Brecht “The Caucasian Chalk Circle”) – Rustaveli Theatre.