TMC @ USF hosted one of their biggest events of the year: Entertainment night. With over 200 people, the Oval Theater had kids, teens, and adults. There was also fresh popcorn right outside the doors. This was the flyer that was sent out to hundreds of people:

Mohammad Sial (the President of the organization) and I had the pleasure of being the emcee’s for the event. We got to introduce the speakers on stage. First there was the Talent Show winner Christina Ali who performed a little comedy bit. Here’s a post of her reaction to that night:

View this post on Instagram

Tonight was #magical to say the least! It was wonderful to meet you @omarregan. You were phenomenal! I look forward to seeing more of your work. Thank you @nblassy23 andTMC @ USF. You all created a spectacular event! It's so surreal, I went from always talking about getting on stage but never actually performing to performing 3 nights this week including tonight, where I stood in front of an audience of at least 200 people and blew them away. It's amazing the way God works. Little by little I'm building my dreams and seeing them be realized. I'm so excited to share with you all the many performances and adventures still to come. Much love and laughter to you all! ๐Ÿ’–๐Ÿ˜˜โœจ๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ™๐Ÿ™Œ๐Ÿ‘‘ #Comedy #comedian #comedylife #livemas #liveyourlife #liveyourdreams #allin #alhamdulillah #praisegod #thankyou

A post shared by Christina Ali (@qgchristinaali) on

Next, Ammar AlShukry, a spoken word artist performed a piece with his words syncing to awesome infographics. Here is a snippet of his performance:

And here’s the infographic he had with his performance:

Then, Omar Regan, a man who has been a part of movies like Rush Hour 2, was the main comedian of the night. He owns his own production studios called Halaywood, and is in the process of filming another movie. To view his site, click here.ย His energy bounced off to the crowd and the purpose of the event was fulfilled: a night of family fun.

If you’d like to learn more about TMC@USF refer to this post.