Spatial Experience: When I first entered the theater, I came in through the side door so I first saw the beautiful, colorful sculptors that were lined up and down the row of windows leading upstairs to the ticket booth. I was really shocked to find that art work there and they truly enhanced the overall beauty of the outside of the theater. The auditorium was smaller than I expected, which created a more intimate atmosphere. We were seated in the back, however due to the small size of the theater we had no problem seeing everything on stage. In fact, we were able to see the slightest detail which allowed us to recognize the amount of hard work that went into creating the realistic set and costumes of that time period. The dimming of the lights and how pitch black the theater became created a feeling of excitement. The actors first ran from the back of the auditorium, through the audience to the stage and this made me feel like we were a part of the performance. The live performance aspect of seeing a play is so different from any other form of entertainment because the audience is able to see how the set comes together from scene to scene and hear other auditory senses we would otherwise miss, such as when Sarah Bernhardt was wearing a dress completely made out of jewels; the audience could actually hear the sound of the jewels dragging across the floor. Additionally, if the play was not live, the audience would never have had the chance for the talk back where we were allowed to ask the actors and actresses questions. The role of place in the good life impacts the mood a person has because the atmosphere a person surrounds them self in can shape the perspective the person has of the experience.