Savannah Indigo

Savannah Indigo is a researcher and copywriter, trained in publishing, dance, literature and law. Passionate about gender issues and promoting equity through tech design, she has researched Indigenous Data Sovereignty for the Commission for Gender Equality in the Public Sector and is developing a paper about harassment in the Metaverse. She has written for Brow Books, Books+Publishing magazine, The Journal of Supernatural Literature (Deakin University) and the Science and Technology Law Association, and is a 2022 Hot Desk Fellow at The Wheeler Centre.

Savannah's Latest Articles

Hidden Thoughts. MSO. A white woman with long straight greying hair and glasses is looking slightly up and to the right with a big smile. She stands in front of a wall covered in wooden boards and wears a leather jacket.

Music review: Hidden Thoughts I: Do I matter?, Southbank Centre

MSO’s Hidden Thoughts season is celebrating music’s ability to tell stories that move and inspire us.

A ballet dancer dressed in a white frog costume is in mid air with his legs kicking out behind him. On the stage is Alice, with shoulder length dark hair, wearing a purple dress and carrying a red rose. Behind them is an image of a cottage on a wall hanging; it looks embroidered.

Ballet review: Alice's Adventures in Wonderland, Arts Centre Melbourne

An immersive spectacle, sure to unsettle and astound lovers of the classic tale.

DakhaBrakha. Image is a concert stage with a huge circular abstract orange/yellow pattern on the back wall, and in front four black clad musicians, three of them women with tall black stovepipe hats and the fourth a man with a bald head.

Music review: DakhaBrakha, Hamer Hall

A masterpiece in political artistry.


Opera review: Galileo, Victorian Opera

A bold and epic new opera from Richard Mills that almost reaches its potential.

Cinderella. Image is a ballet dancer in a blue layered costume dancing with arms out to the side and balanced en pointe with one leg raised behind her. She is on a stage with a large moon and starry sky as the backdrop. A male and female dancer are on the left and right hand side of the stage respectively.

Ballet review: Storytime Ballet: Cinderella, Arts Centre Melbourne

A magical storytime ballet that’s a delight for children and adults alike.

Zach Bryan. Image is a man in jeans and Budweiser T shirt playing an acoustic guitar in front of a band on stage. His right arm is heavily tattooed.

Music review: Zach Bryan, Flemington Racecourse

The US country star was joined by Dermot Kennedy and Daniel Ricciardo for a boot-stompin’ night of fun.

Prydz. Image is a human in a space suit projected on a huge screen in front of a dancing crowd.

Music review: Eric Prydz, HOLO, ALWAYS LIVE, Rod Laver Arena

The acclaimed Swedish DJ and producer created an enticing, electronic dystopia and unique spectacl

Always Live. Image is a blue lit stage with a blonde woman in a sleeveless dress singing or speaking into a microphone.

Music reviews: Taylor Made and Summer Camp Festival, ALWAYS LIVE Festival

As 'Taylor Made' and 'Summer Camp Festival' proves, live music is back.

The Visitors. Image is three First Nations singers with face paint and a bare tree trunk, wearing dark, grey and brown robes.

Opera review: The Visitors, Arts Centre Melbourne

Victorian Opera's adaptation of Jane Harrison's novel and play leads audiences to new ways of thinking about opera and Australia’s…


Ballet review: Swan Lake, Arts Centre Melbourne

The Australian Ballet’s revival of Anne Woolliams’ 1977 'Swan Lake' is sure to delight devoted classical ballet lovers.

1 2