As I entered the auditorium, I felt very excited for the show to come. The piano placed outside of the auditorium doors set the mood of creativity, music, and drama associated with theatre. Upon entering, I was met with the image of hundreds of red seats, facing a stage beautifully decorated with an amazing set. My assigned seat was not ideal, as I was placed in the far corner, but, I came to love the spot for its close proximity to the stage. When the lights dimmed, I felt anticipation, and then suddenly actors emerged from the corners, some right next to where I was sitting. In the Good Life, place is important because it can set the mood or expectation for somebody. If they are in a place that inspires emotion and excitement, they will feel this way, and so on.