was born on January 28, 1881, in the village of Likhauri (Ozurgeti district). He studied in Tbilisi Pedagogical Institute but did not finish it. From 1900, he worked in Kutaisi theatre under the leadership of Lado Aleksi-Meskhishvili. In 1901-1905, he worked in Tbilisi Georgian theatre. In 1905-1910, he took the producer course at the Moscow Arts Theatre studio. From 1910, he started working as a producer in Chiatura theatre and in 1914-1916 – in Tbilisi People’s House and Russian theatre. He studied at Tbilisi Pedagogical University. From 1918, he worked in Tbilisi Zakaria Paliashvili Opera and Ballet Theatre, initially as a theatre commissioner, then – as a producer, and as a chief producer – from 1947. Alexandre Tsutsunava became the leader of the Opera theatre when the directing industry was being created. He was one of the founders of the Georgian film. In 1918, he was the first to make a full-length feature film “Kristine”. People’s Artist of Georgia (1934).