I will once again be returning (with even more redundancy) to act for the undergraduate playwriting lab at NYU. This Monday, midday, the play we'll be putting on its feet (or, rather, on chair legs) will be Rebecca Ellis's DIZZY, a quirky drama of the complicated confusion that can arise when female puberty meets male mid-life crisis. I'll be playing a young aspiring priest, the new teacher at an all-girls Catholic school. But I'm not the one you have to watch out for . . .