Born in Kaunas, Lithuania. Studied J. Vajtkus`s actor’s studio at the Kaunas Drama Theatre in 1978 and 1979. Graduated from the Vilnius Academy of Art in 1989. Stefaniya Graurogkaite is a set designer, painter, graphic artist, doll-maker, and author of works in the textile medium. She has worked with directors Vladimir Tumanov, Roman Smirnov, A. Galibin, T. Kazakova, A. Morfov, and G. Vasiliev. Stefaniya Graurogkaite has done sets for the following performances: Beyond the Looking-Glass at the Pskov Academic Drama Theatre; Antigone by Anouilh and Women's Gossip by Goldoni at the Globus Theatre; The Wind at the Alexandrinsky Theatre; The Damask Drum at the Maly Drama Theatre; costumes for the performance of The Tempest at the Komissarzhevskaya Theatre; Eyes of the Day at the Riga Theatre of Russian Drama; Guilty Though Guiltless by A.N. Ostrovsky at Baltiysky Dom; The Forest Spirit at Leningrad Young Viewers' Theatre; Marriage and Gol` by Nikolay Gogol and Night of the Iguana" by Tennessee Williams at the Theatre at Liteyny; Auntie Motya" at the Satire Theatre; Ornithology at the Alexandrinsky Theatre; A Gentle Creature, Don Quixote written by E. Gremina and The Gamblers at the Globus Theatre; and The PhD by B. Nushich, Treasure Hunter by J.C. Kafka, Shadow, The Cat that Walked by Himself, Retro, Lady Strange Thought at the Comedy Theatre;Melpomena`s Lover at the Zazerkalie Theatre; Catalogue at Old House Drama Theatre, Novosibirsk; Rhythmic Teacher at the Young Viewers' Theatre; Tartuffe at Red Torch Theatre in Novosibirsk; ballet Cinderella at the Novosibirsk Opera and Ballet Theatre; ballet Desdemona at Vilnius Opera and Ballet Theatre; In 1994 S. Graurogkaite revived the tradition of Christian art exhibits at the Kaunas Seminary. She has designed and crafted interiors and church ware for the Catholic Church at the Kaunas Seminary. She regularly participates in exhibitions in Russia (Petersburg), Germany and Lithuania. She was a participant of the Hermitage exhibition Muses and Masks. Theatre and Music in Antiquity. The Antique World on the Petersburg Stage (2005). The artist's works can be found in private collections in Petersburg, Sweden, Lithuania, Germany and the United States.