When I was informed that the Constans Theatre was located within the Reitz Union, I was skeptical about how nice the theatre was actually going to be. To my pleasant surprise, the theatre was phenomenal. When I entered the dark room, I immediately felt as if I was no longer on University of Florida campus, and that I was about to go watch a play that I had spent money on. Everything felt and looked professional quality, from the lights, seating, props, and even the smell. My seats were close to the front and off the right, but due to the layout of the stage and seats my viewing of the play was unaffected by my position in the theatre, which is was a bonus. When the lights dimmed, I became excited for what I was about to experience, and although the audience was small, the size created a more personal feel. Space plays a big role in the Good Life. If one is not comfortable their physical surroundings, it makes it more difficult to soak up experiences and knowledge.