The Monsters Are Due on Maple Street Theme: Teamwork Makes The Dreamwork
The scene in which Les Goodmans car turned on supports the theme that teamwork makes the dream work. Les's car turned on which made everyone suspicions of him, the fact he did't even know the power was out just added to it. This scene shows that if they all worked together instead of just calling someone the monster to get this nightmare over with, they could've solved the monster problem. In evidence 2, Steve accuses Charlie of biennial the monster because he accused Steve first which made everyone see how quick Charlie was to make someone other than himself the monster, to add on to that his house lights turn on. This supports the theme teamwork makes the dream work because if everyone worked together they wouldn't be accusing each other as the monster. In evidence 3, Charlie accuses Tommy as being the monster because everyone thought he was the monster and so he could be innocent he accused a little boy who's coming books happen to have the same plot as what is happening in real life which makes so much scenes to a person who is terrified so they start chasing Tommy. This supports the theme teamwork makes the dream work because if they all worked together they would have solved the mystery of who was the monster and not make crazy assumptions.
Evidence 1: In this scene Les Goodmans car turns on and everyone thinks he is the monster.
Evidence 2: Charlie accused Steve then Steve accused Charlie then his house lights went on and everyone thought it was him
Evidence 3: Charlie accuses Tommy as being the monster because he was the only on that knew