Teresa Murjas is a professor in the Department of Film, Theatre & Television at the University of Reading, UK. Her research interests lie in translation for performance; conflict representation on stage and screen; and memory, materiality and the archive in performance. She creates work in a range of media, including live performance, video and online, always working collaboratively, and frequently partnering with non-academic organizations, such as museums, galleries and community-based venues. For an example of her webbased work, please see https://www.war-child-archive.com. Alongside Peeling Onions with Granny, Teresa has also set up the performance company Around the Well at the University of Reading. Around the Well is comprised of professional interpreters from a range of backgrounds and the company’s devised performance lecture Between shares stories of their experiences of working with migrants to the United Kingdom in public service settings.