Jessica Alba Would Like to Take Her No-Nudity Clause Acting Self to Broadway

November 26th, 2007 // 6 Comments

Through her very expensive sunglasses, Jessica Alba is eyeing the role of Karen in David Mamet’s play, “Speed-the-Plow,” a role debuted in 1998 by Madonna. The actress is hoping to squeeze in the performance on Broadway before a scheduled actor’s strike. On Live with Regis and Kelly, Jessica said, “There might be an actor’s strike in June. So if they don’t resolve, I can do theatre.” I’m genuinely confused–isn’t that still acting? I know it’s not in movies or TV, but shouldn’t she be trying to show some solidarity with her fellow guild members? I could be totally missing my mark with this, though, since I’ve done absolutely no research on the particulars of this situation. I have to admit that I do love her outfit in these pictures, though. Of that, I’m sure.

See more photos of Jessica and her look-a-like after the jump.

By Lisa Timmons
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  1. syd

    Ugghh
    Get that self hating ‘don’t call me latina’ b*tch away

  2. bob

    Ummmmm..Madonna was in Speed-the-Plough in 1988, not 1998. I saw it. She sucked.

  3. She is not latina and frankly I abhor these people calling others race traitors. Explain how is she supposed to admit shes latin, asay it do crappy songs and movies. How come Julia Robertd does not say I am white.

    That being said I hate Jessica Alba she always plays the tough pretty girl wanting to be taken seriously and thats whats eh comes off as, except for some reason I dont find her hot.

  4. Zekers

    Wouldn’t acting on Broadway require talent???

  5. um, sasha?

    Her father is Mexican, her mother is of French and Danish descent. And she does denounce/deny her Hispanic roots.

  6. rkthespos

    Ok gang – first off – to all the so-called “talent experts”: unless you’ve been there, sweated through the drama coaches, the hours upon hours of rehearsals and camera/lights changes, endured the wrath of critics who couldn’t find their toes without a map and think that drinking Starbucks instead of Yuban makes you “Urban” – shut your yapholes.

    Second – and to answer the original question, there are two different unions for stage and screen and each have different contracts. For film it’s the Screen Actors Guild (SAG) – for stage it is the Actor’s Equity Association (AEA).

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