These stories are used to teach lessons about morality, spirituality, and/or behavior. They are often used in the New Testament in the teachings of Christ.
St. Nicholas Church / Convent / School
This is the institution in which the play is set.
Sister Aloysius' Office
This is the specific room where most of the confrontations between the two main characters take place.
This is the small garden where many of the characters contemplate or experience feelings of doubt.
This is the home of the priest accused of molestation; none of the play's actions are set here, but it is the place where private encounters between the priest and the boys take place.
Father Flynn's Fingernails
This feature is one that serves to symbolize the different and more advanced perspectives of the priest who is accused of molestation.
Tea and Sugar
These are things the...
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