Please make sure to use quotation marks for ideas not yours.
what IS the Moral Point of Everyman play/Drama? Clearly asking what YOU thought was the moral point of the play and did not require outside research.
THEN, consider if there is MORE to this play than the fairly obvious MORAL POINT. That is, what is INTERESTING about this play? What might this play REVEAL about the people who were living during this period? What STRENGTHS and LIMITATIONS are present in a play which seems so straight-forward?