In a career spanning more than 40 years, playwright and director Krishen Jit, who passed away in April 2005, was the doyen of Malaysian theatre. Jit constantly reinvented himself. His shifting cultural position was part of an ongoing analysis of changing national sociopolitical moods and mores. A public intellectual, Jit was passionately engaged in a critique of cultural difference in relation to the staging of Malaysian identity.

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