Romana Ercegovic is the authoress, the performeress and the directoress of the performances. After graduating from dramaturgy at Theatre, Radio, Film and Television Academy in Ljubljana, Slovenia, she chose an independent artistic path. She followed her vision of theatre that she was longing for. She wanted to create performances, which awake perception of beauty, magic and sacredness of living as well as feeling of healing connectedness to our-selves, other people and nature. In 2000 she established Ritual Theatre Research Studio and devoted herself to exploring the depths of human being and nature. Through searching for connection to her own essence, traveling and learning of ancient wisdom and rituals of different cultures of the world, she was collecting threads which eventually waved theatre performances, Prayer to the Earth, Electra, White Buffalo Woman and Mary Magdalene. In this process she was particularly attracted by the role of women and specifics of female spirituality throughout the history, exploration of artistic possibilities of healing the wounds of archetypal level of female psyche and establishing the harmony between female and male energy in the modern patriarchal society. At her master degree study at Lesley University in Cambridge, MA, she theoretically developed her vision of theatre art and explained it in the thesis Ritual Theatre in a Feminine Way: Ritual Theatre as a Tool for Re-Awakening the Sacred Perception. Romana also writes poetry and literature for children.