Arthur here is trying to find out where they're holding auditions at Theatresource. We're kind of glad he didn't make it -- he's a yeller. One time he broke a chair.
Sometimes when writing you should just go ahead and have all the damn characters say all their subtext. If it's the difference between them not saying a darn thing or saying everything right on the nose, just go ahead and have them say it on the nose and fix it later.
For instance, I got to complete my "to do" list today by making a bunch of bad dialog. But ultimately the screenplay is better for it. Hooray for me!