Mikho Mosulishvili was born in 1962, December 10th. In 1986 he has graduated from Tbilisi state university, geological-geographical faculty on a speciality of the engineer-geologist. And also 1981-1984 He studied as secondary faculty Scriptwriting (creative masterful Erlom Ahvlediani and Davit Agiashvili). Afterwards he worked as a geologist and as a journalist in various newspapers. He published several stories, novels and plays into Georgian language. His plays were performed in Georgia at theaters, on television and on radio. Some of his works have been translated into the English, Germans, Armenian and Russian.
Laudakia caucasia; Or A Cheerful Psychoanalytic Portrait Of An Angry Century, Created Using The Furniture By Michael Thonet, And Our Tears (tragic farce in two acts, with a new chess rule from the sketch 'The Chess Player' by Friedrich Dürrenmatt), 2013
Tragic Farce / 3 men, 2 women / full length, 2 acts
February 16, 1913 Vienna. 19, Berggasse Street. Anna Schillage, the waitress at the café “Central” and a part-time whore at the hotel “The Diamond” (at nights), sneaks into Sigmund Freud’s study and attends the phsycho-analytic séance by Freud with the owner of “The Diamond” hotel, Irma Sresseli-Weiland. When her presence is revealed, Anna asks for Siggy’s (Sigmund Freud) and Irma’s help to find out whether she is going to give birth to a lizard from Stavros Papandopoulos, who first came to Anna disguised as a woman, in a dress and a veil and who has a webbed foot, like a lizard.
Unless Anna gets help, she refuses to serve high class clients in the Diamond hotel which will lead to Irma losing a considerable income. In addition, Anna’s lover, painter Dolfie (Adolf Hitler), who lives in a shelter for homeless people, learns about Stavros Papandopulos and intends killing him.
Promised that he will get 4 kilos of cocaine, imported from Colombia, from Irma, Siggy agrees to hold a psychological séance in the café “Central”, by which he saves not only Anna, but, also, Irma and Dolfie.
All three of them go to “The Central”. The street painter Dolfie also arrives and offers his paintings to Stavros Papandopulos, although it turns out that the latter is Soso (Joseph Jughashvili, alias Stalin).
Dolfie and Irma point their revolvers at Soso’s temples but Siggy interferes and gives them cocaine balls from his jewlery box. After this, Soso and Dolfie, experiencing halluscinations, start to play a chess game in which each piece on the board represents an actual living person. If the opponent removes a piece of the player, the person it stands for has to be killed in real life before the game can continue. (This “rule” is taken from the records by Friedrich Dürrenmatt “The Chess Player”). The opponents play “The blockade of Leningrad”, “The defence of Stalingrad” and later “The siege of Berlin”. Soso checkmates Dolfie and he is forced to commit suicide.
Soso is pleased and believes that he is the winner but sees that in 2010 his monument is being torn down with a crane in his home town Gori. Later, he is extremely pleased to see that his statue is put back in its place but he is thoroughly unhappy when his monument is painted red and people demand the dictator’s monument to be pulled down. Dolfie is worried that his home town Bernau does not have a monument to him.
Finally, by employing the furniture made by Michael Thonet, Siggy creates the psychoanalytical portrait of the XXc, in which he himself is the coatstand, or SUPER-EGO; an ordinary Vienna chair is Dolfie, or ID. Soso is a chair with a knot on its leg, or EGO. Anna is a table, or a conscious part of the scheme whereas Irma is the other table or the subconscious side.
Unfortunately, Anna Schillage cannot find out whether she will give birth to a lizard, or to an agama (the Caucasian agama or Laudakia caucasia, in Latin), which is wide spread in Soso’s home country.
Sopho returns from America, where she had been for the last twelve years, for the death anniversary of her husband. She finds that her school friend, Shoka, is pregnant. Moreover, it turns out that her husband, Chito, had not died. He married Shoka and his tombstone in their yard was just a means of extorting money from Sopho.
The husband, friend and even her son (Toko) had to cheat Sopho to take money from her and pay for the interest for the apartment, which they had put in the bank.
They were alarmed by Sopho's unexpected arrival.
Sopho decides not to go to America, although her son Toko manages to bring to Georgia old Baxter, whom his mother was taking care in the States. He wants his mother to take care of him Georgia, so as not to los money.
Sopho refuses to look after Baxter and makes her family members care for him. Baxter, in this way "punishes" idlers - Chito, Shoka da Toko.
Baxter intends to propose to Sopho, but since she was supporting the idlers. he concludes that she was like them.
In the final scene the persons are close to the Celestial Court. There roles change - Sopho and Baxter care for Chito, Shoka and Toko who are confined to invalid chairs.
Baxter O'Sullivan names Sopho as "My redbreast" and from here occurs play heading.
* July 12, 2008 — Radio-theater of Georgia, Director Zurab KandelakiCast:
Drama/ 5 Men, 1 Women/ Full length, Two acts
The War in Abkhazia from 1992 to 1993 was waged chiefly between Georgian government forces on one side and Abkhaz separatist forces supporting independence of Abkhazia from Georgia, Russian armed forces and North Caucasian hired fighters on the other side.
August, 1993. Suburb of the city of Sukhumi, georgia, place of a dislocation of the Chechens military group ‘Jigit’.
Professor Peter Shalikashvili who was looking for his son (Levan) during the Abkhazian war(1992-1993) gets on the party of enemy army connection of Chechens who is at war under the direction of the colonel Ibrahim Bek-Idrisoff.
It appears that Levan Shalikashvili so valorously was at war against enemies of Chechens that colonel Idrisoff declared the an oath that on a grave Levan Shalikashvili is killed his relative; Because of it professor Shalikashvili is compelled to refuse his son as Saint Peter flat denied Jesus of Nazareth three times.
* February 25, 2005 - Theater from Sukhumi 'The White Wave', Director George Ratiani