A Little About Indigo
Indigo Leigh is a choreographer, costume designer, and Male to Female (MTF) Transgender performer based in Orlando, who takes pride in revitalizing the classics as well as conceiving new works.
Indigo is a graduate of the BFA Musical Theatre Major and Dance Minor at the University of Central Florida. Some of Indigo's highlights as a performer include Hot Mikado (Ko-Ko) for which she received a KCACTF nomination for the Irene Ryan Award, A Christmas Carol (Christmas Past), Equus (Horseman) with Jeremy Seghers, Gypsy (L.A.) with the Athens DeLand Theatre, Hairspray (Brad), Oklahoma! (Dream Curly/Will Parker U/S) at the Dr. Phillips Center in downtown Orlando, and touring across Wisconsin and the Midwest in the 45th, 46th, and 47th tours of the KIDS from Wisconsin.
On the production team, Indigo has served as a director, choreographer, and costume designer. Notably, she has directed The Bad Seed and The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee. As a choreographer, she created the movement for The Garden Theatre; A Christmas Carol, Theater UCF; Mass, Oklahoma!, Titanic, the Orlando Fringe Festival; Prince(cess), and UCF Opera; The Tender Land, Die Fledermaus. As a designer, she has created the costumes for Spring Awakening, Moana Jr., and Prince(cess).
In addition to excelling in performing arts, she also received recognition on the UCF Dean's list for her academic excellence. Some of her hobbies include antiquing, hunting for the best Chinese restaurant in Orlando, singing along with her Dolly Parton records, and getting dirty in her garden!