I attended The Divine: A Play for Sarah Bernhardt on a dreary Sunday afternoon. The Constans theater served as a shelter from earthly elements, and as I entered the lobby, sculptures, pictures, and other works of art captured my eye creating an ambiance of culture and class. As I took my seat, I became aware of the intricate sets and backgrounds created for the play, indicating the hard work and dedication of the cast. Due to the small size of the theater, I felt secluded enough to be comfortable and enjoy the acting and plot of the play. As in any situation contemplating our definitions of the good life, place and home are essential to feeling safe and secure in one's own skin.
The Social Experience