Robert Hooks - producer, actor, activist, and creator of arts institutions, the most recognizable of which is  the internationally respected Negro Ensemble Company {formed with Douglas Turner Ward & Gerald Krone - speaks to Jefferson Miller (documentarian & Academy Award-winning cinematographer) in advance of his memoir "More Than Myself- A Cultural Memoir: At the Crossroads of the Arts, Culture & the Civil Rights Movement." (5:30 min.)

A 15 min. vintage highlight reel examining the career of Actor/Producer/ Director and co-Founder of the internationally esteemed Negro Ensemble Company Robert Hooks. From stage to screens large and small this is a vivid look at a man who broke color barriers, helped change the racial makeup of American arts, and - politically -worked in front and behind the scenes to enlarge and then protect those rights of access.

Leslie Uggams, Lillian Hayman & Robert Hooks in the scathingly satirical musical number Smile, Smile from Hallelujah, Baby!at the 1968 Tony Awards where it was nominated for nine Tony Awards including Best Actor in a Musical.