This anti-moralistic political drama is a morality play on the value of political thought, and the importance of doing it well.
“The McMartin case began as a morality play about the failure to protect children,” he writes.
It ended as a morality play about the failure to protect civil liberties…[and] the complete negation of the evidence of abuse.
It is truly the catalyst for the final act of our morality play.
No, our response to the sex scandal is actually a kind of morality play in support of women.
Another little drama of Mr. O'Riordan, "Time," is almost a morality play.
They are as frankly self-revelatory as if they were characters in a morality play.
It is a curious reproduction, with a slight difference in cast, of the morality play of an earlier time.
In the main, he suggests abstract intellect performing in a morality play, exhibiting no emotion but intellectual pride.
Another form of the medieval drama, the morality play, had its origin in the 15th century,—or else very late in the 14th.