Homecoming Queen's Got Gun: The Musical is based on Julie Brown's hit song and 80's music video of «Homecoming Queen's Got a Gun». The song tells the story of a High School Homecoming Queen who freaks out and goes on a killing spree. The stage show has it all...singing, dancing, and murder! Come check out what happens before that prom night. Blood and Mascara will run!!! But will the question ever be answered — who is Johnny?
Join Julie Brown, as Julie Brown and her best friend Debbie Dickey (Drew Droege) as they count down the minutes and the student bodies, until Homecoming! Something's not right at Betty Ford High, people are starting to drop dead, but no one has time for that because there a new a Homecoming Queen to crown! Like for sure! Grab your best prom outfit for a night of total awesomeness!
The original 1983 Homecoming Queen's Got a Gun video: youtu.be/xG3yGdQYwqg
Homecoming Queen's got a gun (Unedited!!!)
Here's the video of my most requested song, «The Homecoming Queen's Got a Gun!» Sorry Youtube took the sound down cause Warner's has the copyright, even thou…
Homecoming Queen's Got a Musical is written by Julie Brown and Kurt Koehler. The show stars Julie Brown and is directed by Kurt Koehler (Chico's Angels & The Legend of Billie Jean).
Julie Brown Bio
Julie started her career at the American Conservatory Theater in San Francisco and was soon performing in nightclubs where she was spotted by Lily Tomlin and given her first role (and SAG card) in “Incredible Shrinking Woman.” Julie then moved to LA where she was a regular in Evening at the Improv and was soon doing frequent guest appearances on television when she decided to add “singer” to her resume. She released an album “Goddess in Progress” which contained the hits “Homecoming Queen’s Got a Gun”, “I like “me Big and Stupid” and “Cause I'm a Blonde”, and “Earth Girls Are Easy” — then went on to write and star in the movie version of the song.
One of her favorite roles is Medusa, in “Medusa Dare to be truthful” her spoof of Madonna’s “Truth or Dare” for which she received a Cable Ace Award and the Writer’s Guild Award, which led to her own MTV show “Just Say Julie”, and another Showtime special “Attack of the 5’2” women”, for which she was also nominated for a Cable Ace.
She went on to play Ms. Deemer, the gym teacher in the movie and TV series “Clueless”, starred in “The Edge” for Fox television and created “Stripmall” for Comedy Central.
Julie has guest starred on tons of shows including,“C.S.I”, “Wizards of Waverly Place”, and “From Here on Out” (soon to be seen on Here TV) as well as co-creating the wildly successful TV movie, “Camp Rock” (starring the Jonas Brothers) for the Disney Channel-where she was also featured as Dee LeDuke, the camp’s super enthusiastic counselor.
This winter Julie will be starring in an original movie for the ION channel, called “Dear Santa” which she’s super excited about because she’s “always wanted to be a god damn Christmas movie!”
Recently she toured the country singing songs from her album,” Smell the Glamour”, as well as getting to play Paula Norwood on ABC’s “The Middle” and working as a consulting producer (and once again playing the gym teacher!!) on ABC Family’s hit show, “Melissa and Joey”.