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The New York International Fringe Festival, or FringeNYC, is a Fringe theater festival and one of the largest multi-arts events in North America. It takes place over the course of two weeks every August, spread across several neighborhoods in downtown Manhattanmarker, notably the Lower East Sidemarker, the East Villagemarker, and Greenwich Villagemarker.

Unlike most Fringe festivals, FringeNYC uses a jury-based selection process[254410]. Around 220 shows, out of a much larger pool of applicants, are selected for inclusion each year.

The festival was founded in 1997 by Aaron Beall, John Clancy, Jonathan Harris, and (current Artistic Director) Elena K. Holy, and is produced by The Present Company.

Notable shows that premiered at FringeNYC include Urinetown, Dog Sees God, the musical adaptation of Debbie Does Dallas and the American English-language premiere of The Black Rider. Other feature shows included Charlie Victor Romeo, which premiered at New York Lower East Side theatre Collective:Unconscious.

FringeNYC includes many component events, such as FringeU (educational events), FringeART (art events), and FringeJR (children's events).

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