William Ball, 60, the flamboyant and inspirational stage...

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August 03, 1991

William Ball, 60, the flamboyant and inspirational stage director who trained a generation of major actors, died early Tuesday at his home in Los Angeles. The cause of death wasn't immediately known. As founder and general director of San Francisco's American Conservatory Theater, Mr. Ball was a key figure in the regional theater movement that blossomed around the country in the mid-1960s.

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