Greg Triggs is a Show Director and writer whose client roster includes Disney, Disney Cruise Line, SeaWorld, the Tribeca Film Festival and the World Science Festival. Other clients include the BBC (Special Event planner, the Pros and the Con), TLC (The Good, the Bad and the Ugly), ABC (Daytime Writing, Producer, Super Soap Weekend at Disney MGM), Carnegie Hall (writer/emcee, opening ceremonies, Zankel Hall), Scholastic Publishing, South Africa Tourism, Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade and Light the Night for the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society of New York which raised over $1,200,000.00. Among other distinctions, Triggs was an inaugural “Partner in Excellence”, at the time Disney’s highest recognition award.
As an improviser he has worked with some of the premiere sketch comedy troupes in the country including the Brave New Workshop in Minneapolis and the Who, What and Warehouse Players at Disney’s Comedy Warehouse where he did over nine thousand shows as a member of the ensemble. He also co-produces and appears with the MAC Award Winning Ensemble of Broadway's Next Hit Musical. Triggs regularly teaches improvisation, trust and teamwork seminars for clients that have included The Disney Institute, the American Council of Mayors, Microsoft, the United States Navy, and Johnson & Johnson Pharmaceuticals. His work as a teacher and facilitator took him to Africa and the American School of Yaoundé where he taught the teaching staff, school administrators, missionaries and embassy personnel.