Walking up to the Constans Theatre, it was very interesting to see the lobby and entrance lit and bustling with activity; as I walk by it everyday, and it is normally dark and empty. With the lights on, I could see that the lobby was far nicer that what I imagined it to be. Entering into the lobby, I started to realize that the theatre is much larger than it appears to be from the outside. This was confirmed when I entered into the theatre and saw a large number of rows, a significant amount of people, and a fairly large stage. The stage was also far more sophisticated and furnished than I expected. These spatial elements started to change my preconceived notion that the play was going to be moderately mediocre. I had a seat several rows back from the front of the stage, fairly in the middle; providing a great vantage point to see the entirety of the forthcoming play without have to move my head. As I waited for the play to start, almost the entirety of the theatre filled up with "good life" students; illustrating both the size of the theatre and the amount of students taking the same course as I. Reading the very detailed play bill, coupled with the surprises about the size and quality of the Constans Theatre, made me more excited for the play than I thought I was when the lights started to dim. Space plays an important role in aspects of a "good life." Not only are places the means by which we spatially recognize and track are physical status; but also, they possess a certain atmosphere or set of characteristics that informs our interaction with those spaces. Thus, a place ultimately plays a major role in the quality and character of the experiences that we have; and its this collection of experiences that comprises a life. As a result, trying to achieve a "Good Life" is determined by possessing a good number of experiences that can be judged as enriching, which in return is influenced by the various qualities of place that contributes to experiences of enrichment .