Kid Shamrock's 10-show run off-Broadway came to an end Sunday, but not before Levittown Patch got a chance to see it.
The play, written by Bobby Cassidy Jr. and based on Cassidy Sr.'s life, ran out of the Tada! Theater on 28th Street in Manhattan from Nov. 25 to Dec. 4. The show's character, Kid Shamrock, recalls a fight that showed up drunk for and lost (which happened to Cassidy in 1974) to a fan at a bar.
Patch ran two features on Cassidy Sr. last week, which discuss his career as well as his boxing knowledge.