When I first walked into the theater, the set up and the props on the stage made me anxious for the play to start and see how the setting was going to be used throughout the play. I was seated right in the middle, a few rows from the front and I felt this seat was the perfect location to get the full effect of the play and see everything. When the lights dimmed and it got quiet, I was excited and got chills because I knew the play was about to begin and I knew it was going to be a great show. The auditorium was the perfect size, not too big and not too small. I felt like everyone in the room was on the same emotional journey the play took us through and the size made it so no detail on the stage would go missed. It truly made it so the actors and the props on stage were the main focus of the audience. In the Good Life, placing is crucial because where you experience something and the point in life you are in when you experience it could be life altering. For example, experiencing something as a victim would be different than the experience of a witness and that difference is crucial in how the rest of their life will play out. The place you are in your life when something happens can either lead you to continuing down that path or deciding to choose a completely different lifestyle from there on out. Placing allows for everyone to have different experiences of the same event and that can make all the difference in how their life continues in the future.