“Murphy’s storytelling is an experience that leaves you wanting more”
-Storyteller, David Joe Miller

Storytelling Roots

In addition to helping my clients tell their stories, I have a few of my own.

When I was a little girl, I set up my own “professional” theatre in the garage and charged the neighbors 25 cents to see my productions, including a full-scale production of Annie complete with a cast of neighbor kids and the family dog.

In 2006, I wrote my first one-woman play called Crazy Bag.

In 2007, I packed a Subaru with 500 pounds of baggage and hit the road with that show, which uses only baggage as a set, about my personal journey as a rebellious minister’s daughter.

In its premiere at the Colorado Theatre Festival, Crazy Bag won Best Set, Best Director, and All-State Actress and Denver Post Ovation nominee honors.

My performances brought me back to Asheville where my journey began the day I went screeching out of the gates of Bible College two decades earlier.

Storytelling & Strategy

Since 2006, I have self-produced multiple one-woman shows and storytelling performances at theaters across the country.

My understanding of the stage and the elements of a performance transfer to my understanding of branding and marketing.

I know how to tell a compelling story. I understand how to get an audience’s attention.

The stage is an effective metaphor for branding and marketing. The goal is to get your audience to pay attention, to feel connected, and to applaud you with their loyalty and attention.

This is why your business and your brand must PERFORM if you want to capture the hearts and minds of your ideal audience.

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