Abigail wanted all of us to lie about seeing the devil!
This scene shows John Proctor confessing to the affair with Abigail. This shows how he cared more about his wife then his reputation
This scene shows Abigail and the other girls pretending to see a yellow bird (Mary Warren's spirit) in the rafters of the church. This shows the theme of hysteria by exposing how lies led to the witch-trials.
I am going to tell everyone that Elizabeth is a witch, so John will be mine
This scene shows the girls being caught dancing in the forest. The girls lie and deceive people into thinking that other members of Salem are witches.
Martha and Giles Corey are witches!
In this scene, John Proctor is attempting to make Mary Warren confess against Abigail. He does this to get revenge on her for accusing Elizabeth of witchcraft (which was only done because Abigail wanted John to herself).
In this scene, Abigail is planning on how to get Elizabeth Proctor arrested. This shows lust because she is in love with John and wants to get rid of everyone in her way.
In this scene, Thomas Putnam is accusing Giles Corey and his wife of being witches. This shows greed because Thomas knows that he will be able to purchase the Corey's land since they are "witches."