Meet Rebecca

Northwest Edutainer Rebecca P. Murray delivers high-energy virtual and live training for those ready to become confident, creative, and compelling leaders and team players. She infuses irreverent humor, inspiring stories, and entertaining musical theater excerpts into content-rich, high-stick playshops. Audience members eagerly engage in her one-of-a-kind interactive experiences, where they shine as the show’s stars.

Rebecca’s production credits range from 30-second TV commercials to mini-documentaries and live-streamed events. As a power-skills edutainer, speaking coach, and director/producer, she knows everyone can be a star. She’s determined to put clients at ease and bring out their very best – whether they’re in front of another person, a camera, or an audience of thousands. 

Her greatest satisfaction comes from enabling clients to perfect, project, and protect an image truly reflecting how they see themselves, their brand, and their organization.

Rebecca delivers edutaining skill-building through playshops & keynotes, consulting, and adult continuing education at Western Washington University. Her popular one-woman show, The Confidence Equation™, incorporates characters, comedy, song, and a big take-home message highly relevant for today’s audiences. 

Meet Rebecca

Rebecca P. Murray and Becky PierceNorthwest Edutainer Rebecca P. Murray delivers high-energy virtual and live training for those ready to become confident, creative, and compelling leaders and team players. She infuses irreverent humor, inspiring stories, and entertaining musical theater excerpts into content-rich, high-stick playshops. Audience members eagerly engage in her one-of-a-kind interactive experiences, where they shine as the show’s stars.

Rebecca’s production credits range from 30-second TV commercials to mini-documentaries and live-streamed events. As a power-skills edutainer, speaking coach, and director/producer, she knows everyone can be a star. She’s determined to put clients at ease and bring out their very best – whether they’re in front of another person, a camera, or an audience of thousands. 

Her greatest satisfaction comes from enabling clients to perfect, project, and protect an image truly reflecting how they see themselves, their brand, and their organization.

Rebecca delivers edutaining skill-building through playshops & keynotes, consulting, and adult continuing education at Western Washington University. Her popular one-woman show, The Confidence Equation™, incorporates characters, comedy, song, and a big take-home message highly relevant for today’s audiences. 

Be your own best audience and you’ll always be entertained and feel appreciated.

Rebecca P. Murray

Be your own best audience and you’ll always be entertained and feel appreciated.

Rebecca P. Murray

My born-to-perform backstory

Sketch Comedy + Personal Tragedy

Sketch comedy and variety show television formed my earliest memories of performance appreciation. Born in earlier days, I’d have been the perfect cast member for the Lawrence Welk Show, a variety show from 1951 to 1982. Watching while visiting my grandparents, I fantasized about my dream job: “How lucky those people are to dress up every day in different costumes to sing, dance, and act.”  

As an adolescent, I became a fan of another program infusing characters and music – and this one was downright hilarious: The Carol Burnett Show. My siblings and I were allowed to stay up past our bedtime to watch each week. Ironically, my young life’s most significant world-stopping trauma happened on the heels of a Carol Burnett episode. Comedy and tragedy are forever intertwined in my brain. Read More

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