At first sight, I could already tell the theatre had its own sense of pride; modern, grand, and spectacular were a few of the only words I could amass. The entrance of the theatre felt like the portal to another dimension. I went from an expansive scenery that is the Reitz, through a tunnel, and then ended up in a massive auditorium with seats farther than the eye could see. I felt like all my worries had melted off and I was in a completely new place, a place that I could relax and let my imagination run free. I established myself in a very comfortable seat, one where I could directly feel the actors emotions, smell their sweat, and see every detail on the stage. Sitting so close made it all the more dramatic when the lights dimmed and the other spectators hushed down. The suspense was so tangible it probably could've with scissors. Finally, the main actress, Sarah Bernhardt made an appearance. The size of the auditorium made it seem a few times more dramatic than it should have been. You could probably hear her mesmerizing voice from every corner of the auditorium. This size also helped me transfer my mind to the setting of the play, just because it looked like nothing I have ever seen before. Setting is a huge contributor in the Good Life, because it is the very beginning; The setting sets the mood, it is the first impression of any story.