Bush Moukarzel is co-artistic director of Dead Centre, a theatre company based in Dublin. He works as co-director and co-author on all their productions. Their first project Souvenir was created for Dublin Fringe Festival 2012 followed by LIPPY which was winner of the Irish Times Theatre Award for Best Production, a Fringe First, a Herald Angel, a Total Theatre Award and two OBIE Awards. Chekhov’s First Play premiered in Dublin in 2015, and has toured extensively around the world. Hamnet premiered at Schaubühne in F.I.N.D. Festival in April 2017 and opened in Dublin in September 2017. It has toured to BAM (New York), Brisbane Festival, Noordezon Festival and Southbank Centre (London). Since 2017, then have created four more original shows: Shakespeare’s Last Play for Schaubühne, Berlin, The Interpretation of Dreams for Burgtheater, Vienna, Beckett’s Room, which opened at The Gate Theatre, Dublin in 2019 and, most recently, To Be A Machine (Version 1.0) in a co-production with Dublin Theatre Festival.