New York, NY (PRWEB) September 16, 2011
"Smarter Toddler is considered a first class early childhood program," said Jessica Collins, spokesperson for Smarter Toddler Schools. "So it is fitting and absolutely wonderful that we have a first class award-winning performer like LaChanze to do the voiceover on our first TV Commercial".
The 30 second Smarter Toddler TV ad which was produced by Speak Media, debuted on the popular NY1 (New York One), a New York based cable TV channel owned by the Time Warner Cable Network. Since both Smarter Toddler locations are full with a 1 year wait list, the TV Ad was created not to increase enrollment but to promote the school’s Franchising Program which starts later this year.
"LaChanze has been a friend of Smarter Toddler for a few years," continued Ms. Collins. "She first collaborated with us in 2010 for Smarter Toddler's fundraiser for Haiti earthquake relief in which she was the headline act. We are lucky and much honored to have her work with us again".
To see the Smarter Toddler TV commercial or for more info log on to: http://www.SmarterToddler.50megs.com/.
About Smarter Toddler:
Smarter Toddler Nursery and Preschool is a premier arts-based early childhood brand founded in New York City. Smarter Toddler accepts students from 3 months to 6 years old for an all day or part day program. The first school began in 2003 by parents of gifted toddlers who wanted a progressive preschool with an advanced art and music focused curriculum from which their own children could benefit. It has been proven that a child’s brain is like a dry sponge capable of absorbing knowledge at a much faster rate than an adult's. As a result, at Smarter Toddler, you’re never too young to begin learning. Smarter Toddler has often been called the “first designer daycare" because of the unique art and antiques that decorate the centers.
For more information log on to http://www.SmarterToddler.50megs.com /.
LaChanze made her Broadway debut as a tap dancer in 1986 in the musical revue, Uptown . . . It's Hot! After appearing in the 1987 revival of Dreamgirls, LaChanze got her first featured role in 1990 playing Ti Moune in the musical, Once on This Island, by Lynn Ahrens and Stephen Flaherty. She won the 1991 Theatre World Award for her performance in the show and also garnered both a Tony® and a Drama Desk nomination.
After playing Marta in the 1995 revival of Company, LaChanze joined the cast of the musical, Ragtime, as the replacement for Sarah.
LaChanze starred as Celie in the 2005 hit musical drama, The Color Purple. She won the 2006 Tony Award® for Best Actress in a Musical for her performance.
LaChanze won an Obie in the title role of Dessa Rose, a musical by Lynn Ahrens and Stephen Flaherty that was staged at Lincoln Center early in 2005. She won an Emmy Award for her performance as the lead Woman in the groundbreaking musical event, Handel's Messiah Rocks, which premiered with Keith Lockhart and the Boston Pops in September 2008, LaChanze and Caldecott honoree Brian Pinkney collaborated in 2011 for the release of Little Diva, a new picture book about the importance of family bonds, hard work, and dreaming big.
For more info about LaChanze log on to: http://www.lachanze.com/.