Parris' niece. 17 years old. She is an orphan. She use to work for the Proctors'. Had a relationship with John Proctor, so Elizabeth fired her. She is very controlling and is also a good liar. Danced in the woods.
Reverend Parris' daughter. 10 years old. Danced in the woods with the other girls. Becomes very sick at the beginning of the play.
Works for the town doctor. She is very nervous. Dances in the woods with the other girls.
The Putnams' servant. 18 years old. She is a merciless girl. She was also dancing in the woods.
Daughter of Thomas Putnam. She was with the rest of the girls dancing in the woods and becomes very sick.
17 years old. She watches the girls dance in the woods, but doesn't take part in it. She is a snitch.
His daughter is Betty and his niece is Abigail Williams. He is the minister in Salem. Many people don't like him. He is worried mostly about his reputation.
He is an expert on witchcraft. His attitude changes throughout the play. At first he looks to witchcraft, but by the end of the play he is against it.
Parris' slave from Barbados. She was singing to the girls in the woods in Barbados. Accused of witchcraft.
She is a beggar woman. She was one of the first to be accused of witchcraft. She confesses to working with the devil.
Putnam had Ruth accuse Jacobs, so that he could by his land when he is hanged.
In his thirties. He serves warants. He follows the law. He does his job with sincerity.
He is the tailer and clerk in Salem.
In his sixties. Worries about his position, so doesn't want to accept that maybe the girls were lying and refuses to postpone the hangings. He is very stubborn.
He is the jailer.
Rebecca's husband. He is a wealthy landowner. Putnam tries to take his land.