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An avid theatre kid, Jesper plays the lead in Ketterdam High's production of We Will Rock You, a jukebox musical featuring Queen's best songs. He's ecstatic, not only because he's never had such a huge role before, but because We Will Rock You is one of his favorite musicals. It's a dream come true, and he couldn't be happier—except that the rest of the cast isn't as enthusiastic as he is, and when he takes center stage, bullying from his classmates couldn't be worse for an openly bisexual black boy.
Devastated that he was forced to quit band, high school sophomore Wylan signs up for tech with encouragement from his best friend Kuwei—and it's certainly not also because joining tech means working on the same show as Jesper Fahey, the junior he's looked up to since he was a freshman. Still, there's a lot of things he has to keep secret, and he wonders what this will mean for him as he grows closer to this strange club of drama kids.
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Fandoms: Six of Crows Series - Leigh Bardugo
10 Sep 2019
Transcript from an unaired 60 Minutes special; intended release date: April 12, 2008.
COOPER: I’m told that, uh, historically, you did not get along with your father. Why do you think that was?
VAN ECK: [Laughs.] Well, uh, my father was not a very...a very trusting man, to say the least; I think it was the Dutch in him. We never quite saw eye-to-eye where business was concerned, and I think because of this, he was very...reluctant to pass the reins.
COOPER: Did that not upset you?
VAN ECK: The man built his company from the ground up; I thought it was only natural for him to be...shall we say, possessive, and he had every right. Everything my family has now, we owe to him.
COOPER: I think many would disagree, especially now that Van Eck Inc. has expanded into so many different, uh, sectors of the market. Wouldn’t--Don’t you think you owe your employees for your success?
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