The Spatial Experience
To begin my experience at The Divine, I was introduced to Constans Theatre. I have never been there before, so it was interesting to see the layout of the the theatre. I really enjoyed the convience of the theatre being in a such a common hub of students, like the Rietz. It made it very accessible, and I didn't need to scramble for motor transportation. While walking into the theater, the waiting room is very bland, but it has these art pieces that seem to be very out of place and unrelated. Also there was no seating for waiting, which I thought was uncomfortable. Once we entered the theatre, I noticed it held a lot more seats then i had originally imagined. My friends and I sat towards the front in the middle which was very advantageous to my view. This allowed me to be fully envied in the play and kept from distraction during it. I got there rather early so it felt rather long waiting for the play to start but they began their effects before the play which allowed everyone to chatter about it before the play stated. I thought that might have been a clever tool for the audience to discuss their anticipations before it began. When the lights dimmed I became comfortable because the bright light in the Constans Theatre made it seem very large and hovering. New places are key to the good life because it provides wonder and achievement which support the good feelings that come along with it.