Don't Know, Don't Care aims to reflect the attitudes that many Singaporeans have regarding the elderly. It looks at the gap between grandparents and their grandchildren and brings forth the realities of tension between them. The play portrays situations that many Singaporeans can relate with, and it hopes to bridge that gap between generations.
Don't Forget to Remember Me tells the story of a daughter's battle with her mother's dementia. It is a touching social commentary on how misunderstood people with dementia are, and how one finds great strength and love in the face of adversity. How do you love someone who drives you crazy? How do you love someone who may not even recognize you? These questions are prominently featured, but the answers are not so obvious.