Theatre Haus, the popular digital arts magazine, has announced that it will be changing its name to Theatre Caravan with immediate effect. In a statement released on April Fools Day, the publication revealed that it will be rebranding in order to reflect the changing needs of its audience.
The new name, according to the statement, is a nod to the publication’s commitment to downsizing, moving into a tiny home and traveling the world for Instagram photos. “We want our readers to feel like they’re going on a journey with us every time they jump on our website,” said one of the publication’s writers, Joe King.
Theatre Caravan will continue to offer the same high-quality coverage of theatre news, reviews, and interviews that readers have come to expect from Theatre Haus. However, the publication’s new logo will feature an image of a caravan, and the website and social media handles will be updated to reflect the new name, and the volunteers will now wear beanies in summer.
The announcement has been met with mixed reactions from readers, with some expressing excitement about the new branding and others expressing confusion. “I don’t really understand why they would change the name, but I guess it doesn’t really matter as long as they get the likes,” said long-time reader, Tom Foolery.
Despite the mixed reactions, Theatre Caravan is confident that the rebranding will be a success. “We’re excited to embark on this new adventure with our readers, and we hope that the new name will inspire them to explore the world of theatre with us,” said another writer, Poppy Cox.
So, for all you theatre enthusiasts out there, get ready to join Theatre Caravan on its journey around the world of theatre. Who knows where the road will take us next?
Note: This is a joke in celebration of April Fool’s Day. Did we get you? Tell us in the comments below.