JUNE 30 - JULY 2, 2017
AUGUST 31 - SEPTEMBER 3, 2017
DUBLIN, IRELANDVISIT SITE
JANUARY 26 - 28, 2018
NEW YORK CITYVISIT SITE
Whether geeking out about Harry Potter, A Song of Ice and Fire, or that business we call show, our events all have the same core elements that foster friendship and community.
A Mischief Management event is:
Mischief Management was founded by convention veterans as a way to create events where everyone could celebrate their passions in a welcoming, inclusive, and—above all—fun environment that feels like home.
Whether it’s about a popular subject or a super-obscure fan theory, our programs, panels, and special events are carefully curated to give fans opportunities to investigate the topics they love most.
We believe in harnessing the awesome power of fandom to aid amazing causes. To date, our events have helped to raise over a quarter of a million dollars for various charitable organizations.
Mischief Management’s events focus on providing passionate, lively, and safe environments. We believe an environment that is inclusive in terms of race, sexuality, gender identity, physical disability and more, is the best way for an event to rise beyond the norm and become epic.
We are a small-but-mighty bunch of dedicated to creating events where fans are the focus, and authentic interactions create unforgettable memories.
Want to become a mischief maker?
The Programming Operations team is responsible for making sure that the programming at our events goes off without a hitch. From tracking down everything needed to set our event app live to making sure every panel that needs a projector has access to one, they’re the tracking and planning superheroes of BroadwayCon who keep the sessions running smoothly. Programming Operations Coordinators will report directly to the Programming Director.
The BroadwayCon Workshops Team reports directly to the Programming Director and serve in a cross-functional role as both the creative minds behind a programming track and the forward-facing representatives overseeing the application and admission processes.
The Museum Coordinators will report to the BroadwayCon Programming Director to curate the BroadwayCon Museum, featuring items such as set models, costumes, props, and artwork. The Museum Coordinators will have a hand in all creative, logistical, and on-the-ground elements of the exhibit.
Mischief Management is seeking a programming department intern for the summer semester. This intern will report directly to the Programming Director work closely with our small team and get a first-hand look at how our events are planned, with a particular focus on creating and confirming original content for BroadwayCon and LeakyCon.
Co-Founder & CEO
Attendee Engagement Director
BroadwayCon Talent Manager
Associate Operations Director