Thank you for the review, KevinS. It's not a time period western set in 1810 or 1910, so that's why things like phone booths are included and why there's such a description as "faux western clothes." I believe another description stating the opening scene/setting to be "a time/town out of place." This may have been removed from the version on the site. So it's meant to be anachronistic.
The breakdowns such as "ACT I, ACT II," etc. aren't explicitly meant to be superimposed, but more as emotional(?) cues as to what's going on. If a director would choose to super them, that would be their choice. It was an experiment in style.
Thank you for your compliment on the characters' names. Originally they were just THE STRANGER and THE LONER, but I saw too many short scripts with just 'the man,' 'the guy,' etc. as main characters so I thought I'd try something different by finding names which meant 'outsider', wanderer', 'alone', etc.