Award-winning Broadway director Kristin Hanggi is an outspoken fan of creative celebration, both on the stage and on the page. In GOD, SEX, AND MUSICAL THEATRE, she reveals never-before-seen poetry, thoughts, and musings on communing with the unseen, expressions of love, and the nuances of desire.
In this debut collection, Kristin proclaims her love affair with life on every page -- and shows the reader how Divinity shows up in not only spirituality, but sexuality and creativity too. Bringing the same artistry found in her theater productions, her writings examine the deeply intimate topics of faith, yearning, and expression. More love bombs than confessions, her autobiographical poems delve into what it means to be a creative spirit in search of self-awareness.
The author believes our soul is as unique as our fingerprint, and her thoughts explore the raw, truthful energy of entering a holy romance with life. Playful, passionate, and profound, GOD, SEX, AND MUSICAL THEATRE gives the reader permission to fully express what's in their heart, what their body craves, and what they came here to create.
She reminds us:
There is a definition of love that means freedom.
Self-love is about embracing and accepting who and what you love.
That healing can happen through joy too.
This heart-centered collection of soul-writing invites the reader to delight in the wild and boundless bliss that is their birthright.