writing and directing... 

"The Next Happiest Place on Earth is going to make you laugh out loud and shed a tear or two for Greg Triggs wildly crazy, but never predictable characters. Enjoy this hilarious journey! I did." 


- Iris Rainer Dart, author of Beaches

"This is a well-plotted story with a sympathetic heroine struggling to regain her feet after a disaster takes her family away from her.  Nicely written, with memorable characters andvivid pictures of New York City and Orlando.  

It’s not loud or gory, but hard to put down."  


Monica Ferris, author of The Betsy Devonshire Needlecraft Mysteries

Check here for news about Greg's first novel; The Next Happiest Place on Earth.  
Available spring 2016! 

Check out Greg's article in The River Reporter! 





  • Believe, SeaWorld San Antonio 

  • Rockin’ Ski Party, SeaWorld San Antonio 

  • Shamu's Rockin' Creepshow and Halo-Scream, SeaWorld San Antonio 

  • Sweet Dreams, a Musical Nightmare, Busch Gardens, Tampa 

  • One Wild Night, Busch Gardens, Tampa, Florida 

  • Super Bowl XXXIV 2000 Half Time Show, Tapestry of Nations 

  • Safari Quest (2003) and Jungle Trek (2004), Philadelphia Zoo. 

  • How Do You Get to Carnegie Hall, the premiere education program for Zankel Hall, the newest performance space at Carnegie Hall. 

  • Recipient of the Jeb Bush Governor’s Institute Playwriting Grant for teenagers.  Tomorrowland (2000), But I Don’t Like Her! (2001) and Too Commercial (2002) 




  • Columnist, Metro Diary, Metro Source Magazine, distributed nationally. 

  • Columnist, What Would Greg Do?, Watermark (Orlando, FL) and Out and About (Nashville, TN). 

  • Nationally syndicated interviews with Paul Rudnick, Charles Busch, Sandra Bernhard, Bea Arthur and Lily Tomlin 

  • Out and About, an online travel magazine published by PlanetOut.com.  Profiles include New York City, the Spas of America, Nashville, Tennessee and Freeport, Maine.




Greg Triggs, Boy Receptionist

Butch Triggs, Soviet Spy




Greg Triggs' client roster includes Disney Vacation Club, Disney Cruise Line, Disney Imagineering, SeaWorld, the Tribeca Film Festival, the World Science Festival, the BBC,TLC, ABC, Carnegie Hall, Scholastic Publishing, South Africa Tourism, Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade and Light the Night a fundraiser for the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society of New York which raised over $1,200,000.

For more information please visit www.StrategicEntertainmentNYC.com


Show Director


  • Disney Vacation Club, Creative Director

  • Opening Production Team, Aulani: a Disney Resort & Spa

  • Opening Production Team, Disney Dream

  • Opening Production Team, Disney Fantasy

  • Disney Children's Activity Centers, Walt Disney World

  • Family & Adult and Youth Activities, Disney Cruise Line

  • Civic Builders Annual Fundraiser, NYC

  • OPA! A Celebration of Greece, Disney Cruise Line

  • Sea Lion High, SeaWorld San Antonio

  • Cinderella’s Princess Court, World of Disney,

  • Walt Disney World’s Pleasure Island on a per assignment basis conceptualizing special events, new club concepts, new entertainment concepts, and supervising all regular venues. 

  • Safari Quest, Jungle Trek, interactive family shows for the Philadelphia Zoo. 

  • I Spy, an interactive walking tour of the Tribeca neighborhood for Scholastic Publishing, a corporate sponsor of the Tribeca Film Festival. 

  • Fairy Tales – winner, Best Production, Orlando Fringe Festival, 2002.  Called, “Buoyant and jubilant…expertly directed…” by The Orlando Sentinel. 

  • Orlando Theatre Project – The Lion in Winter, Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf, and Miss Firecracker Contest featuring Budge Threlkeld from the original New York cast.