Hey! Great story! The formatting could be tweaked a little to make it look more like a screenplay, unless you were going for that stage play look.
If you want to switch the formatting, here's an example:
The scenes should go like this: INT.(interior) or EXT.(exterior) GOLIATH'S RESTAURANT - DAY or NIGHT
Dialogue like this:
How about you, Carlen, sit next to Kevin and I'll sit next to Dan.
If the character has an action while they are saying their dialogue, it is simply put in parentheses underneath the character line and before the text line.
And action is simply put in a separate line. For example:
I don't know, but I think it would all make sense if we all sat next to our dates. I mean, wouldn't you rather hold onto your date, Kevin?
Kevin smiles at Anelle.
The punctuation needs work also, but don't be discouraged! Every writer needs to re write. No work is ever really done, it could always use some more work. This reminds me of my work, "Bonded For Life". Great job and good luck with this! The character's name, when they are saying the dialogue, is supposed to be centered above the text. If you are still confused about formatting look at other projects on here.