Its upcoming season will featuring two world premieres, and a coproduction with the Burglars of Hamm.
The season will include plays by Itamar Moses, Tim Crouch, and Hansol Jung.
The inaugural class includes Brittany Fisher, Will Inman, Irene Ziegler, and writing duo Sanam Laila Hashemi and Steven Burneson.
Season offerings at the Texas theatre will include works about what it means to have a home.
The youth theatre has expanded its programming to position itself as a professional nonprofit theatre, with more opportunities for adults.
Midgett will join the Alaska company’s leadership team this fall.
Cofield will play a key role in furthering refining and implementing CTH’s artistic vision through his new position.
Executive director Kim Whitener will step down, and Meredith Lynsey Schade and Brenna Thomas will be promoted.
The 2018-19 season will mark the company’s first at its new home, the Cannon Street Art Center.
Founding artistic director Chanda Hall and executive director Diane Englert will leave the company, and Paul Angelo and Paige Rogers will begin on Aug. 1.