Actor Tom Hulce received an Oscar and four Golden Globe nominations and won Italy’s Donatello Award for his portrayal of Mozart in Peter Shaffer’s Amadeus. He made his Broadway debut at the age of 20 when he starred opposite Anthony Hopkins in Shaffer’s Equus. He also starred on Broadway in Aaron Sorkin’s A Few Good Men and on London’s West End in The Normal Heart. His films include Dominick and Eugene, Parenthood, and Animal House, and he voiced the title role in Disney’s The Hunchback of Notre Dame. Mr. Hulce’s other honors for his acting work include an Emmy Award and Emmy nomination as well as a Tony nomination. As a producer, he presented the U.S. Premiere of Alan Bennett’s Talking Heads starring Annette Bening, Lynn Redgrave, and Tyne Daly. With partner Ira Pittelman, he developed and produced the Broadway musicals Spring Awakening — with music by Duncan Shiek and winner of eight Tony Awards including Best Musical — and Green Day’s American Idiot. Most recently, Mr. Hulce and Mr. Pittelman organized the Kennedy Center concert production of Benny Andersson and Björn Ulvaeus’s Chess, directed by Michael Mayer with a new book by Danny Strong. The two are currently producing the new musical Ain’t Too Proud — The Life and Times of The Temptations, written by Dominique Morisseau and directed by Des McAnuff, which completed a record-breaking run at Berkeley Repertory Theatre and opens at the Kennedy Center this June. Tom Hulce produced the 2004 film A Home at the End of the World — directed by Michael Mayer and starring Colin Farrell, Robin Wright, Dallas Roberts, and Sissy Spacek — and the 2018 film The Seagull, based on the Chekhov classic, also directed by Mr. Mayer and starring Annette Bening, Saoirse Ronan, Corey Stoll, and Elisabeth Moss.