Sunnyside sketch comedy show spoofs yuppie universe

Kathleen Phillips and Dan Redican on Sunnyside's take on a neighbourhood in transition.
The new sketch comedy show  Sunnyside takes a closer look at the various species that populate the modern concrete jungle -- from  roving gangs of drunk party girls to  snarky bearded baristas. The often surreal show, which recently premiered on City TV, has been described as a refreshing critique of contemporary urban life. 

  Actress and writer  Kathleen Phillips and co-creator and co-producer  Dan Redican join guest host Daniel Richler to discuss the show's "absurdist take on a neighbourhood in transition". 

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