IBG Inc's "My Letter to Fear” DVD release to benefit the East L.A. Women’s Center

IBG Inc releases a DVD of their first annual staged reading of the original work, "My Letter to Fear."
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Sept. 18, 2012 - PRLog -- In case you missed out on attending IBG, Inc's first annual “My Letter to Fear” staged reading in Los Angeles this past June, you can now view the entire, exclusive performance on DVD. Just like with the live event, the proceeds of the DVD sales will be donated to the East Los Angeles Women’s Center.

“My Letter To Fear” is a collection of personal essays, broken down monologue style, written by IBG, Inc’s own Patricia Steffy. Ranging from comedic to heartbreaking, the stories told within are ones that tap into the female perspective by offering commentary on, and first-hand accounts of, everything from what a woman’s worth, to finding inner peace and self-confidence, to abuse, and misguided relationships.

Ten stars of stage and screen perform the original pieces on this DVD. They include Jennifer Aspen ('GCB'), Elizabeth De Razzo (IBG Inc co-founder and 'Eastbound & Down’), Lesley Fera ('Pretty Little Liars'), Elyse Levesque (‘Stargate Universe’), Jen Lilley ('General Hospital'), Mekenna Melvin ('Chuck'), Tamara Taylor ('Bones'), Tracie Thoms (‘RENT’), Charlene Tilton ('Dallas'), and headliner Constance Marie (East L.A. Women’s Center spokeswoman and ‘Switched at Birth’).

DVD details are as follows:

DVD title "My Letter to Fear”
Production Co.: IBG, Inc.
Regions 1 & 2
Release Date: September 18 2012
MSRP: $20 USD (plus shipping/handling)
DVD Extras: Behind-the-scenes interviews with the cast of “My Letter to Fear”
Exclusively available at: http://www.ibginc.org/store

Founded in late 2008, IBG Inc (http://www.ibginc.org) established a non-profit focusing on utilizing the power of philanthropy through the arts to benefit a broad range of charities worldwide. We act as a “fundraiser facilitator” for underfunded, under publicized, and start-up charities that would otherwise struggle with the logistics and costs associated with event fundraising. This work has taken on a critical importance as the economy has been slow to recover, and we find ourselves with increasingly frequent requests for assistance.
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