The Spatial Experience
When we first entered the doors of Constans theatre, we were presented with a crowd of rumbling freshman that were equally as confused as us. "We have to take pictures of what?" "Where do we get in?" "How long is this thing?" As we all found our ways to our seats, we quickly settled into place, snow falling just beyond the stage. From my view I had a wide angle perspective of everything and I was right next to an aisle which later allowed for an interaction with the Sarah Bernhardt. In the Good Life, you're going to question where you are and what you should be doing, you can control certain things such as your viewing position but, not everything is in your control. Enjoy the performance in the best light possible.
The Social Experience
I attended the performance with a friend I've known since middle school. It is important to me to share certain experiences with people because it can amplify the moment and build that bond stronger. Sharing experiences in the Good life is critical because it makes us more connected, everyone will experience the same things differently and these other interpretations are equally as valuable as yours. Also, their eyes might catch minute details that you may have missed which adds to the overall understanding of the story.
The Cultural and Intellectual Experience