Regardless of where you eat them--in a box, with a fox, on a train or in the rain--green eggs and ham still seem like a moldy, gooey plate of gross. Luckily Boise Philharmonic is doing its damndest to make Dr. Seuss' icky creation at least sound more appealing.
On Sunday, March 13, at 2 p.m. and 3:30 p.m., the orchestra will present an operatic version of Green Eggs and Ham and Miss Gertrude McFuzz at the Egyptian Theatre. The concert will celebrate the birth of Sir Rhymeslayer himself, Dr. Seuss. So, even if you find Sam I Am to be an annoying pest pedaling a plate of poo, let the philharmonic cure your green-eggs-and-ham disgust with a dose of culture.