The Ana Monro Theatre is one of the oldest independent theatre groups in Slovenia. Since it has been established, a small – however, expressively and artistically strong - theatre group has grown into an important production house, covering the whole street arts sector: education, organization of festivals and production of performances, shows all over Slovenia and world-wide, and international cooperation. Members of the Ana Monro Theatre have strongly influenced the development of theatre in Slovenia. Their achievements do not only encompass street theatre, but also improvisational theatre, nowadays well established through Improliga (improvisational league) and Šila (school of improvisation). The expression ‘Monro humour’, a satire, is a trademark of one of the Ana Monro founders - Andrej Rozman Roza. The founding members also played an important role in the establishment of the cultural centre KUD France Prešeren in Ljubljana.
The Ana Monroe group currently consists of seven members: Primož Ekart, Žiga Saksida, Borut Cajnko, Gorazd Žilavec, Drago Milinović, Matjaž Ocvirk and Goro Osojnik. The group's main activity is creation of new acts. In December 2007 it ‘staged’ the brilliant and successful act The Golden Ass. It was performed in Slovenia and abroad – in Great Britain, Germany, Spain and even Armenia. In 2009 the group first performed The Cage, a grotesque reaction to the world we live in, to the fear of the unknown ... The Ana Monro group cooperates with directors from abroad – lately its members worked with Craig Weston of Belgium.