november 6 Cowboy Mouth The Shirk Workers Union's second production ever is Sam Shepard's Cowboy Mouth. This play is said to be Shepard's most autobiographical, but since it was written in 1971, there's a lot that's left untold about the life of this man we love. Vicki Weathersby stars in and directs this story about Slim, a man tempted to become a rock star, and about individual desire for elevated existence. 9 p.m. Continues Wednesdays through November. Last Concert Cafe, 1403 Nance, 226-8563. $5.99.
Titanica Africa: The Serengeti has left to make room for this IMAX feature on the "unsinkable ship" that became the world's greatest maritime disaster. The camera takes viewers two and a half miles down to the watery graveyard that is now home to the Titanic; the remains of the 1,502 passengers have long since become one with the sea, but they left behind ample evidence of the terror and confusion that marked their final moments. Showtimes at 10 a.m., noon and 2, 4, 6, 7 and 8 p.m. today (for additional showtimes, see Thrills, Film and Video). $5.50; $3.50, children three11 and seniors.