The following extract is from a screenplay I'm writing. I could really use some advice on how to format it, particularly around referring to groups of people and an unnamed person from a group.
Bob watches as a group of YOUNG WOMEN dance.
He turns his attention to a group of MIDDLE-AGED MEN talking at a table.
They continually glance over at the Young Women.
The Young Women head to the exit.
Bob watches the Men.
A MAN from the group gets up and walks to the bar.
Is it right to refer to e.g. the group of young women as 'Young Women' with capitalised first letters? The same question for 'Men'. I am also not sure how to refer to the 'MAN' from the group, does it look OK as is? He doesn't have a name or dialog and doesn't have any further role in the screenplay.