This is the scene where Proctor admits that he was in a room alone with Abigail even though before he told Elizabeth that he was in a room full of people while he was talking to her. This relates to the lies theme because Proctor lied to Elizabeth about being with Abigail.
This is the scene where the girls are outside dancing in the woods and then Abigail drank blood. Abigail drank blood because she wanted Goody Proctor to die so she could have John Proctor all to herself. This relates to the greed theme because it showed that Abigail would do anything just to be with John.
A BIRD! A BIRD!
This is the scene where Proctor tells Danforth that he doesn't want to give away his name because it is the only one he has . This scene relates to reputation because John doesn't want to lose his name, that his name is a good name, even though it is now not even worth the dust on the feet of the others who hang.
This is the scene where Abigail tries to get with Proctor but Proctor shoves her off. This relates to the lust theme because Abigail wanted Proctor to herself and tried to get with him even though he's married and already committed adultery.
This is the scene where Abigail and the other girls start acting like there's a yellow bird in the court room and Mary Warren is trying to say that it's not there. This relates to hysteria because it shows that the girls were trying to get Mary to not expose them and got everyone else in the court scared.
There is no bird!!
This is the scene towards the end where Proctor is put into the carriage to go to the place where he is hanged. Hale tries to convince Elizabeth to stop Proctor but she says that it was his choice. This relates to redemption because it shows that Proctor thought the only way to keep his name is to not confess and be hanged.