SHOW BUSINESS: They're Baaack!

Four years after creating a sensation (and a bonanza) with a single concert, the Three Tenors perform again

The 56,000 tickets, priced at up to $1,000, have almost sold out. The venue, Dodger Stadium, is being transformed from a ball field into a fancy theater with a neoclassical stage flanked by graceful columns -- which, like the promoter, come from Hungary. Behind that will be an instant park made from 30 truckloads of assorted greenery -- amid which two four-story-high waterfalls will come plashing down. Except during the performance. In deference to the three supertenors who will make up the dream program -- Jose Carreras, Placido Domingo and Luciano Pavarotti -- the cascades will be stilled. This Saturday's concert...

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