Feel Good Friday: Bonnie Milligan Bought Autographed Photos of Victoria Clark at the Broadway Flea | Playbill

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The two Tony winners currently star together in Kimberly Akimbo at the Booth Theatre.

Victoria Clark and Bonnie Milligan

Times may be hard, but there is still joy to be found, even after a long week. Sit back, relax, and enjoy a moment of emotional release. Welcome to Playbill's Feel Good Friday feature.

We can't stop giggling at the video Bonnie Milligan made of her own Broadway Flea Market purchases that she made before popping into the Booth Theatre for the Sunday matinee of Kimberly Akimbo

Milligan shared the video on her Instagram stories, but Broadway Cares (beneficiary of the Broadway Flea Market proceeds) grabbed it for the grid before it disappeared. And thank goodness, because it's just too much. That understated Milligan sass as she shares shows off the two autographed 8x10s of her costar Victoria Clark. Check out the video below. 

With that kind of good-natured ribbing, we bet backstage at the Booth Theatre is always a fun place to be. 

Kimberly Akimbo opened there November 10, 2022. The Jeanine Tesori and David Lindsay-Abaire musical centers on Kimberly, a bright New Jersey teenager with an aging disease that makes her look like a 72-year-old lady. Clark stars as Kimberly and Milligan plays her brassy Aunt Debra. Both actors won 2023 Tony Awards for their performances and the show was named Best Musical.

This year the annual event benefitting Broadway Cares raised a record-breaking $1,237,179 from its many Flea Market tables lining 44th and 45th Streets between 8th and 9th Avenues and the Grand Auction held in Shubert Alley.

Have a great weekend, and check back next Friday for another feel good feature.

READ: Feel Good Friday: Lavender Darcangelo Brings America's Got Talent Audience to Their Feet With 'You Will Be Found'

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