The Divine: A Play for Sarah Bernhardt was an interesting way to address a very dark historical event. Although there was a bit of humor, the play's overall tone was very serious and left the audience wondering how such events could actually happen in real life. The night at the theater created a spatial, social, cultural and emotional experience.
In front of the Constans Theater
In terms of where I was sitting, I got one of the best seats in the house. Directly in the center, second row we sat right behind the director of the play. It greatly enhanced the production since we saw everything the way the director intended it to look. So yes, place does have a great importance in having a good time. But in terms of the good life, place is not a huge factor. The right person can make the most of any situation no matter your "place".
I attended the play with two close friends, Bekah and Connor. It greatly enhanced the experience because having them made it a lot more fun and enjoyable. It is easy to become bored in plays you don't find interest in, and hearing their opinions helped me to focus. Shared experiences are essential to the good life because that is where your happy memories come from. There are few good memories I have that do not involve another person.